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Top 10 Questions

1. Why hasn't a real neurosurgeon, not a resident or med student, come to visit my daughter?
2. Why hasn't my daughter been able to eat since she was born?
3. Why does her back look yellow?
4. When will the neurosurgeon find time in his all too busy day saving brains to look at my daughter's CT scan?
5. Will my daughter need surgery for a shunt?
6. When will my daughter get a renal ultrasound?
7. When will we need to start a catheter for my daughter? P.S. Same question about my son.
8. When can my daughter lay on her back?
9. When will we know if her vision has been affected?
10. Why is Matt soooo good looking?
 
Question, did Matt write this or Millie?
 

Comments

  1. Oh man you guys! I'm so frustrated with you! Who can I call? Shall I contact the news, get Gephardt? You continue to be in out thoughts and prayers, KNOW THAT! We love you!

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  2. ugh! I'm sorry this is so frustrating! I hope your questions are answered soon :( I would have to say that you have one beautiful little girl on your hands! I'm DYING over these pictures and how beautiful she is!!!

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  3. Praying for answers too!! Congratulations on your little miracle. The pictures are adorable. You look so beautiful Millie! You guys make CUTE kids!!!

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  4. What the what?! Do they not realize we are all waiting on pins and needles for these answers? I'm so sorry you guys are having to go through so much frustration. She is absolutely adorable though and Millie looks beautiful!! Love you guys. I'll be praying you get some answers soon, and if that doesn't work I'll come up and talk to whoever it is we need to talk to personally. I may even whip out some kung-fu moves. Caleb knows a bunch so I'll have him teach me. ;)

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  5. My guess is Millie wrote it. Cherish her for us.

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  6. what wonderfully chubby baby cheeks she has! so kissable! i hope you get some answers soon. -erica

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  7. Oh she is as beautiful as her Mom. Hope all these unanswered questions get resolved quickly. We love you Killpacks and will continue to keep you in our prayers.

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  8. Oh Millie!! You two are beautiful! What a beautiful baby. Hang in there- waiting is no fun! Especially with such serious questions. Hope you get your answers soon- we'll be thinking and praying for you!

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  9. So sorry that you haven't had any answers. Waiting is always the hardest part. Millie, you look amazing! We hope the answers come soon.

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