Gigi's Journal - April 23, 2011

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known. – Carl Sagan

Yesterday afternoon Brooke went to Cincinnati to get an ultrasound and
echo for the babies. They were ready to do the surgery to separate Emerson & Lennon as soon as today, if necessary, but Dr. Crombleholme thinks Emerson is stable enough to wait until Monday.

Just when you think it's over, it's not. Dr. Crombleholme reminded us not to assume this is "it" for Emerson. It's possible that the surgery will help her. He wants to give Emerson a chance to live. He wants to give her the benefit of the doubt.

I don't think it's a coincidence that this is Easter weekend. Praying.

Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at it destination full of hope.


  1. Love that there is a doctor who believes so much in Emerson. ♥

  2. Praying for peace and wisdom in every circumstance. I love you Sharon and will continue to pray!

  3. So true, Jennifer! There is a procedure that can be done where the doctor goes in and basically ties off the unbilical cord and the baby dies. He said it's worth trying the laser surgery to separate them and to give the baby the benefit of the doubt.

    Pam, it means so much to me that you are praying! <3

  4. Georgia, Ben & I just prayed for Chris, Brooke & the girls. God does miracles- we're asking for 3. :) Love ya.

  5. This whole weekend is about LIFE! Praying for you all!

  6. Hi, I just want you to know your babies are in my prayers, I too had triplets with TTTS, I had laser surgery and I dont think giving up is ever an option, Do you have Facebook? I am on a TTTS support group that could really help give you more info and Im hoping you have already gotten ahold of the foundation? please feel free to contact me if you ever need to talk, Mishael Jelley


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