A mother's instinct told Tara Lovitz that something was wrong when her daughter had continued breathing problems weeks after birth. When she and her husband found the right care at Cincinnati Children's, they learned their daughter, Adriana, had something called laryngomalacia, floppy tissue that was obstructing her airway. Around the same time they were dealing with that, the Lovitz family found out their son, Jacob, had autism. The experience has taught Tara and David Lovitz to be advocates for their kids, to fight for the best care and to appreciate life.