Hello family and friends!
I can only imagine that y’all have been (impatiently) waiting for little Miss Annalise’s Easter dress picture….so wait no longer! Here is our beautiful little angel in her Easter dress:
Easter weekend was spent with my entire family and it was so so good. We went out to eat (Annalise’s first time eating at a restaurant!) and went to church together- where Kev got to do his first baptism!!!! I was so proud of him and I’m sure Annalise was too! 😉😜
Annalise is still doing so incredibly well! Her eating is picking up, her body temperature is improving still, she’s slowing getting accustomed to sleeping in her crib, and her personality is getting stronger! 😊
Since I don’t really have much to say since nothing has really changed in the past week… I’ll just put up lots of pictures. Mainly because I know y’all enjoy seeing them 😉 And she’s too cute not too! (I may be a tad bit biased though!)
This first set of pictures amuses me. Before surgery, she hated anything touching her face. She would never put her hands anywhere near her face. Now post surgery… She always has at least one hand touching her face somehow. I just think it’s adorable.
Finally, we just have a bunch of random photos that show off the many faces of Annalise Hope. Some are of her many different smiles while some were just snapped at the right time. 😛 There are a few that are just too funny not to share! So…… enjoy! 🙂
This week we have her follow up with the neurosurgeon and her pediatrician on Wednesday. This will be the day she also gets her stitches out! Pray that everything checks out that day and that the shunt is doing what it is supposed to do (accurately).
Thank you all for the continued prayers as we walk this journey with Annalise! They are so greatly appreciated! 🙂
As always…. don’t forget to spread the word around about our site to help with bills and whatever else Annalise may need to live the best life possible! (http://www.gofundme.com/hopeforannalise)
May you all have a blessed week full of cherishable memories!
—Anchoring our hope to the One who has already scripted the perfect ending—