emma update

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The fetal echocardiogram showed a perfect heart.
The gastroschisis is stable.
The ventricles (brain) are still enlarged at 1.35 and 1.5 (normal is 1.0).
Emma was very mobile and Jess tells me that she has the most gorgeous feet. I will try to get some pictures scanned in and posted.
We are taking this day by day.
I can't tell you how much it means to me to have all of your prayers. I know that the internet has the potential for great harm, but it has been such a blessing to me to have this virtual community in addition to my physical community, in such a time of need. It seems to be a pale shadow of what the full Communion of the Saints will be when we get there!


I am so glad to hear the update. It seems you were put where you are in this world for a moment such as this. I will keep praying for you and your family, especially your daughter and little Emma.


My reference to Esther reminds me of her prayer "Lord, save me from my fear."

Again, blessings!


I just read all of this, and I'm praying for you, your family, your daughter and little Emma.

Collette was my husband's maternal grandmother's name, and - if we have a daughter - Madeline Collette is on our short list of potential names. Emma is a beautiful name, and I'm sure she will be too.

I will pray for all of you!

Continuing to rejoice with you.

Thanks be to God! I am sitting here a bit teary! Wonderful news, and continued intensive prayers.

See my other comment. Still applies.

Lots of prayers continuing here, Alicia.


Continued prayers.

I haven't been reading many blogs recently. Just saw this. Will add Emma and your family to my prayers.


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