I know they're hard to look at, but I think she looks GREAT! Not nearly as puffy as some I've seen, including mine! Praise God for a quick surgery! That was way short, so way to go team!!! :o)And that peace, it's amazing, isn't it!?! We're praying for a smooth and complicaton-free recovery, of course. And for health and stamina for you and Zac, too.
She looks great! So pink!I know you were hoping for that. She is on the recovery side now, all better from here!Lots of prayers sent up fro you today.
Although the pictures are a little scary, I am so happy that all went so well! Now you can focus on the healing! I'll keep checking your blog to see how things are going (I appreciate that you are blogging to keep us all informed). Take care!! Talk to you soon!Michelle
Poor little pumpkin! I'll be sending more prayers up for all of you and can't wait to see how she does in the next few days! I think you're gonna be pleasantly surprized by her recovery. Give her a little kiss on her beautiful head for me!
Oh Erin, poor little Addie! What a trooper she is! I hope you are doing well! If Addie was any smaller I think they might run out of room to put all those things they are hooking up to her! Oh, I saw Dr. Fox today and gave the staff the great news! They were so relieved and excited all went well!!! Hope you get some rest tonight!
continuing to pray for you all!
Glad to hear(read) this and Zac's Tweets about how well it all went! It was great to get the little updates on my phone during the day. Thank God for the technology for the ability for this surgery to be able to be done...and all the tubes for keeping things going...imagine years ago when this could not be accomplished because of lack of experience and technology.love and peace:-)
oh my...well she does look quite pink!that is a good sign...i think she looks sweet as can be!i just know how you felt.i'm very thankful that you had the best surgeon!he had very nimble hands guided by many angels:)
She looks beautiful-so pink! I know the extra equipment is rough to deal with but it's temporary and that healthy heart is here to stay. In our thoughts and prayers for a fabulous recovery and that you are homeward bound as soon as possible...
Terriffic news! On a related note, get ready because she is really going to run you guys ragged now! =D
Praise God the surgey went so well! I can't imagine how that must be to see her like that the first time. I'm always amazed at all the tubes and wires going everywhere and how the nurses can keep them all straight of what goes where!