Seizing the day, or Carpe Diem, can be a difficult concept for people in the throes of extreme distress and few experiences are as distressing as having to hand over a child for open-heart surgery. Now imagine doing it twice. Now imagine one of the surgeries doesn't work as planned and one of your babies needs a heart transplant. That's what happened to our Guest, Katina Robalino. The mother of three, she had two babies born with heart defects and even though both babies had life-saving surgeries, one of them finally needed a heart transplant. How does Katina seize the day? How has having two younger sisters with heart defects affected her older daughter? What advice does this Guest for other families facing a similar situation to the ones she's faced? Tune in to discover the answers to these questions and more!