Love that smile! It encapsulates your experiences with him so far!
#1 Rhoda on 2014-08-03 19:21
God is good!
#2 Carla on 2014-08-03 19:25
Praise be to God! So glad to see this! Long time reader, first time commenter, I could not be happier for you all!
#3 Sarah (Homepage) on 2014-08-03 20:20
Beautiful photos, beautiful story, beautiful boy. Blessings be with you all.
#4 Laura (Homepage) on 2014-08-03 20:51
Thank you, thank you, God!
#5 Cyndi on 2014-08-03 21:41
I am so, so thankful with you!!
#6 Bethany on 2014-08-04 07:34
Thanks for sharing this ali.
#7 Carl on 2014-08-04 07:53
Beautiful pictures! So glad he is doing well... I have followed your story on Facebook (was introduced by Kelly Chase), and have loved following. We are adopting a little girl from China next month with heterotaxy, as well as having half a heart, and we can't wait to get her home!
#8 Joanna (Homepage) on 2014-08-04 14:21
Congratulations on your new little one!!! How old is she? Has she been repaired already? Actually, I just noticed that you have a blog link, so I'm off to go see if m answers can be found there. :-) One way or another, you're in my reader now; I can't wait to watch your story unfold as you welcome her home!
#8.1 Ali C. on 2014-08-04 14:56
WOW! What a testimony! Our little (big) 10 pound 4 ounce boy was in our NICU for a week, and just that small amount of time felt like an eternity. My brother-in-law is a nurse in the CICU at Children's in Baltimore, and those nurses are absolute ANGELS! God is writing such an amazing story in your lives.
#9 Ella-Kate on 2014-08-08 11:19
Chills. I had chills reading your thoughts and seeing the pictures. Oh, Ali. Ethan is a very, very special blessing of a boy. And my does Zoe look the picture of perfection as a big sissy! Your family emanates LOVE. Thank you for sharing your pictures and journey.
#10 GottaGET on 2014-08-08 12:50
I've followed your story on BC. I have an August 2012 LO and was due in July too. I've cried for you and your baby. My first spent a month in the NICU and has had four surgeries, nothing can be harder than what you are going through right now.

You are so strong and have told such a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing and helping everyone appreciate their little ones. Hugs and prayers.
#11 Jen on 2014-08-14 10:30
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