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August 02, 2008



Thank you so much for doing this
It keeps us up on Lily. Even with
the distance, I feel like i know her. I love the picture on the opening page. Any chance of getting it for my wall? Every time I need a boost, I look at
her picture. What an inspiration and still so little.

Bruce Ardinger

I agree with Ruthie. This blog is a great way to keep in touch, and I love Lily's picture looking out over the prairie. She is such a happy child.

Kelly Schussler

Great new pictures, guys!! I can't get over how long her hair is getting. What a sweetie she is. A blonde-haired, blue-eyed beauty!! Can't wait to see her-- SOON!!

hannah m

Hi! I stumbled upon your blog yesterday when I was doing a search for "ling sounds" - what a happy accident! Lily is a doll - and how delightful to see all of her amazing progress! My daughter is hard of hearing and wears hearing aids. I'll enjoy peeking in on Lily's progress.
Very Best,


This is incredible. I really had no idea so many people were blogging about their CI experiences. My son has one and I think I'm going to get him on this computer!

Lily's Dad


Thanks for visiting and posting. We love to hear about other's journeys. Let us know if we can help or make the blog better.

All the best,
Lily's Dad

anjali sharma

Really your dauther lily is very sweet.And pictures are very good.lily looks very innocent and happy....
i wish her happy future....

Tommy Gerrish

Hello, my name is Tommy Gerrish, and I'm a student at UN-L. I'm doing a report over cochlear implants, and I was wondering if I could interview you, an or your daughter. I think this is a fascinating story, and proof that early intervention is brings out the best results. If you would be interested you can email at [email protected] Thank you for the story.


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