ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — A local mom hopes to help others find their strength through a new book. Her son was diagnosed with congenital glioblastoma, a rare cancerous brain tumor, at only three months old. After years of chemo and numerous surgeries, he beat the unbeatable—cancer. 

The doctors told Jennifer Hendricks-Fogg that her son Logan would never walk or talk, but against all odds, he’s done it all. “I waited until I was 40 to have my first child, my only child,” Hendricks-Fogg said. “There is no way God gave me this child to just take him away. So, we fought.”

The book is titled “Tiny Miracles” after her son Logan and the faith journey she’s been on since his diagnosis. Hendricks-Fogg said they still have a long way to go with Logan’s development, but that writing the book helped her along the way.

Hendricks-Fogg said she wants to remind moms to take care of themselves first before taking care of others. “It’s not just about childhood cancer,” she said. “It’s about resiliency. And so matter what life throws at you, you have the power to overcome it.”

“Tiny Miracles” went on sale Tuesday, March 8 and is available on Amazon and at the Life Made Simple boutique in Burnt Hills.