The Cornish Family... Chasing God's calling...
I'm so thankful she's doing well. Thanks for the great pics and the update.
we are thankful that Emma is doing so well, love the pics of her.Take care , jody
Aww. That picture in which she's looking at the camera is heart-wrenching. She's so beautiful. I hope you all get to go home tomorrow.
She's so beatufiul...thank you for posting pictures...
She looks like she is doing really good. Thanks for the pictures.Love,Mom C
What an answered prayer! She looks like she's doing really well. I hope to wake up to news that she's headed home!
OH MY, the top left picture is so beautiful!! That is awesome that she is doing so great!!!
Meredith - Thanks for posting the pictures of her...I've been thinking of her today, and praying that all went well! I noticed in the picture of a close up of her sweet face, she looks so much like Brianna :o) Give her a hug from all the way in Cincinnati!
Poor baby looks wiped out. Other than that she looks great! The top right pic is beautiful.
I know everyone has said it, but that second close up is just beautiful. She looks great, and hope you all can go home soon. How great does this feel to have behind you? Praise God and we will continue to pray. Hope the otherkids are doing well.April
Glad she's doing well!
What a blessing!She looks just adorabel too!:) debi
Oh she is a dolly. I am so glad she has come through so well. She will love being able to hear properly now and will delight in the new sounds around her.
She's probably so tired of that place, she doesn't know what to do with herself. So glad she is OK though, can't wait for you to get home!---Andrea Roberts, Reece's Rainbow DS Adoption Ministry
Awwwwww! Glo-worm is such a good friend! Sweet pics. Feel better soon, Emma!!Cheri in NH
She looks wonderful! I am so relieved it went well! And she loves her little baby, that is sweet. You are still in my thoughts!
I swear her neck looks thinner!!She will be just fine if she is on an IV, my daughter didn't eat for a long time almost 12 hours and the first week is painful, don't expect too much for eating, but after healing they really start to go for it. This one takes time!Amy O.