Monday, December 1, 2008

Pictures of Whitney in the ICU: Day 1


Our Superhero: Dr. Brown



13 comments:

Fostera1 said...

So glad to hear that all went well. We will keep you guys in our prayers. Thank you for keeping us all updated so well!! the Angotti's

Rebecca said...

We're so relieved to hear that the surgery was successful! She's got quite the setup there in the ICU! I hope she continues to do well, gets her drips weaned and tubes out quickly and is back into Mom and Dad's arms soon :). We continue to constantly think about you all and are praying often. Take care!

Ali said...

She looks wonderful!!! We are so happy the surgery went well and so thankful to Dr. Brown. much love, Ali, Jim and Kothe

Laurie said...

She is AMAZING! And every day is going to just get better and better.
Thinking of you!

Betsy said...

More prayers and thoughts than I can imagine, or do on my own were said for all of you yesterday. I am so happy that things went well, and so grateful for the wonderful and capable hands that Whitney is in.

The thoughts and prayers will keep coming from Savannah.

Betsy

Anonymous said...

Praise the lord.........we are all so happy she is out of surgery and doing well. Marge,Jim and Aunt Marg

Courtney Minton said...

I am so excited to hear that everything went well yesterday. I'm praying for a speedy recovery! If I can do ANYTHING for you guys, please let me know.
Courtney

Anonymous said...

So happy to hear she is doing well. Great to have this blog as I have been thinking of all of you but didn't want to bother you. Thank you so much for posting it.
The Connells

Heather said...

Way to go Whitney! We are so thrilled to hear the surgery is behind you and now we'll pray for strength and healing.

Mike and Laura, keep your spirits and stength up and know that we are all pulling for you.
Love, Matt, Heather, Adare and Joya Haas

Michelle said...

What wonderful news to hear Dr Brown was able to repair everything in her heart! It must be so hard to see her all hooked up like that with so many wires, tubes and machines. Will be praying for a smooth recovery!

Anonymous said...

Yes!!! Prayers, love and the skill of Dr. Brown and the nurses got Whitney through her first tough steps.
Whitney is a beautiful, strong little girl and as her life unfolds with the challenges every child faces and a few more on her side, I believe she will succeed because she has the most loving, supportive mother, father,sister, aunts, uncles, grandmothers, grandfathers, cousins,and friends surrounding and rooting for her! She has my love and anything else she needs! Get home soon Whitney!
Love and hugs, Jacqui

Stephanie said...

We are so glad little Whitney is staying strong and doing well. We have kept all of you in our prayers and will continue to do so.
The Alig Family

Anonymous said...

I'm so happy to hear that the surgery went well! The pictures you shared with us are amazing. Whitney is just beautiful! I'm so thankful she is being taken care of by such a wonderful staff. Thanks for sharing this blog with us. The Stevenson's