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  1. We are so happy to read this post and learn of Ana’s progress. Lots of love and best wishes to you all.

  2. I just cry everyte I read the updates because the news is all so so so good. Even though this must be downright torture for the whole family, each step is happening as it should be and I am overjoyed at that. Still I am sendin a huge hug and all my love and hoping that the drinking went well enough to try te eating

  3. Jackie and Jim, I have no illusions that this isn’t incredibly difficult. To see your child in the state she must be in must be killing you. At gathering today, the middle school sent all their energy Ana’s way. Please tell her we love her so and look forward to having her once again in our midst. Hang in there. If there is anything I can do for you or Emily please do not hesitate to reach out. Looking forward to your next update and continuing to pray for her safe recovery. Ally

  4. Progress, prayers, hope, love. So much to take in I just can’t imagine. All I can say is that you are in our daily thoughts at home, at work, anywhere that we are.

  5. Hi Jackie, Jim, Ana and Emily. So glad to hear that things are progressing – now for drinking something… Take care, Mary-Ann

  6. Give that girl some FOOD!!!!
    WE are thrilled to hear the progress… Looking forward to more GOOD NEWS. xox

  7. So glad to hear the extubation is done. I have been hoping for that news all day. Just getting to check email now, thinking of you all day. So are so many people. Hang in there. xoxo

  8. We are so glad she is OK.
    We are so glad that she will be able to eat soled food soon.
    We miss Ana at school D:
    from Natasha and Francesca

  9. SO happy to hear good news continue to come and things continuing to progress in a positive direction. Thoughts continue to be with you, Ana and the entire family.

  10. Jackie,
    Your updates are so full of spirit and hope! Thank you for sharing your journey with us! You are not alone. Hugs!
    Mary Chase

  11. Thanks for the updates! I am not surprised that she is confused… I watched both my daughter and my husband come out of some mild propofol anesthesia, and since they didn’t have anything dramatic, it was quite funny to monitor how long it took until the confusion passed. Hubby kept asking the doc when they would finally get started on the procedure 🙂 So, with this major surgery and long-term anesthesia I guess it can take quite a while until everything is back in order – but I am sure she’ll get better quickly once she can drink…

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