Jenna Hinman continues her fight to survive a rare pregnancy related cancer and doctors are pleased with her slow but steady progress. As she fights, her twin daughters Azlynn and Kinliegh, who were born prematurely, will soon be going home. The girls will be staying with Jenna's parents until their mommy is well again.  Doctors say it could be up to one year before she's 'herself again.'

He leaned over her bed and said to her, 'Hey baby.' She opened her eyes and looked at him. Then much to his surprise, she lifted her hand and gently touched his face.

Jenna's husband shared a special moment on Facebook, after walking into her hospital room. He leaned over her bed and said to her, 'Hey baby.' She opened her eyes and looked at him. Then much to his surprise, she lifted her hand and gently touched his face.

Brandon sends heartfelt thank you for all the prayers, positive energy, and unwavering support, which he firmly believes has contributed to Jenna's continued endurance and strength.

A 'Jam for Jenna' is taking place April 26 at 1:00pm to help the family with living, lodging and travel expenses during Jenna' journey to recovery.

Brandon Hinman

You can also donate online at Gofundme.com/thehinmanfund.