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Wonderful News about our sweet Mamie!

Taylor and I met with the specialist for our ultrasound this morning. I was surprisingly calm. Taylor was a little on the edgy side which really caught me off guard. He has been so calm and reassuring since the beginning of this. Dr. Chatelain is such a nice doctor and totally made us feel comfortable. He first checked Mamie's brain and we were so happy when he told us that the chorid plexus cyst had disappeared. Everything looks great with her little brain. He proceeded to check every little inch of her body and she received and A+. Ya'll I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off of me. We thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. God has been so good to us. Sorry I am a little late on posting. The day kind of got away from me :). All of you that have emailed and called today. WOW! I can't tell you how much that means to us. We are so blessed to have such caring friends. -Sarah


  1. Yea! So glad everything went well and Mamie is healthy and perfect. I can't believe she is kicking and moving already...isn't that the most amazing feeling ever?

    Hope you get some sleep tonight. You thought sleeping with Mitzi and I was exciting...sounds like Taylor is just as entertaining.

    :) Heather

  2. YAY!!! What amazing news! I'm so happy for you all.

  3. WONDERFUL news!!! It just made my day to hear things are going good with Mamie!!

  4. That is the best news ever! I'm so happy she is doing great! I know you must be so relieved! God is GOOD!!!


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