Oct 02, 2018 · Comedian Jim Gaffigan has discovered that firsthand. A year and a half ago, Gaffigan was abruptly thrust into that caregiver role when his wife, Jeannie, was diagnosed with a How Jeannie and Jim Gaffigan Find Humor in a Brain TumorThe comedianwho rose to fame joking about Hot Pocketsmeans this literally. "Feeding Frenzy with Jim Gaffigan" is a series of YouTube videos created with friends and neighbors to lift Jeannie's spirits. "When a guest would come over and visit Jeannie, we'd have them give her food through the feeding tube," Jim explains.
Jeannie Gaffigan Bio. Jeannie Gaffigan was born on March 9, 1970, as Jeanne Louise Noth in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A. She is the eldest of nine children born to a Milwaukee Journal film and theater critic. Of her eight siblings, only two have their identity Jeannie and Jim Gaffigan Marriage - Jim Gaffigan WifeFeb 14, 2018 · (The semi-autobiographical Jim Gaffigan Show, a TVLand original that ran from 2015 to 2016, and a series of 2017 Chrysler Pacific commercials starring the fair-skinned funnyman and his kids solidified Jim's "dad brand.") But what many people don't know is that his wife, Jeannie Noth Gaffigan, is also his career co-pilot. Jeannie's story:Jim Gaffigan on his wife's brain tumor Sep 29, 2019 · After weeks in the intensive care unit, Jeannie finally came home still unable to eat or drink. The kids and I attempted to make the harsh reality of Jeannie's feeding tube
Sep 19, 2019 · Jim Gaffigan. Jim Gaffigan initially felt confident that his wife Jeannie would be able to handle brain surgery. While doctors had found a 6-cm tumor the size of a Jim Gaffigan helps feed his wife through a tube, with a May 25, 2017 · Jim Gaffigan helps feed his wife through a tube, with a side of humor May 24, 2017 Jim Gaffigans wife, Jeannie, underwent surgery in April 2017 to remove a Jim Gaffigan Helps Wife Jeannie with Feeding Tube - Oley May 24, 2017 · Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan are making the absolute best out of a difficult situation. On Wednesday, the comedian took to Twitter to share a video of himself helping his wife with her feeding tube, which she has been using for over five weeks as she recovers from her nine-hour surgery on April 18 to remove a six-centimeter benign brain tumor.