Delilah Kennedy Watts was born on April 25th 2013, in Kingsport Tennessee. She weighed 1 pound and 3 oz. From the moment Delilah came into the world she was a beacon on love, light, and the true power of God. Delilah spent much of her life at the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, in Nashville, Tennessee, where she affectionately became known as Princess Delilah. Her personality and spirit where truly infectious, she could have you wrapped around her finger the first time you met her. Delilah overcame many trials and obstacles while here on Earth, her ability to overcome these challenges was a true testament to Gods power. Delilah suffered from a disease called Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension (PAH). PAH is a result of the overproduction of the cells which line the network of vessels which are responsible for oxygenating our tissues and organs, causing the vessels to narrow. The narrowing of these vessels can continue to the point where some of the vessels will become blocked completely. The narrowing and blocking of these vessels reduces the lungs ability to oxygenate the blood within the body, which lowers oxygen levels throughout the body. PAH also causes the right side of the heart to work harder to pump blood into the lungs, which enlarges and weakens the heart. Even with the issues resulting from PAH Delilah overcame many challenges and survived longer than modern medicine claimed would happen. We see this as Gods way of allowing Delilah to remain here on Earth to accomplish what he intended for her to do. Everyone who came into contact with Delilah will tell you was truly an amazing experience to behold. Seeing this tiny child impact those who met her personally, and those who came to know her through hearing her story is truly a blessing. Ultimately God called Delilah home on May 13th 2014, where she can rest in His arms, free of pain and struggle for Eternity. The courage, bravery, and fighting spirit of Delilah Kennedy Watts, will always be remembered and she will always hold a piece of our hearts.