Friday, October 05, 2007

Did you see Nightline?!

Wow! That was great. Bailey did a great job in her interview, didn't she?! And, just to set the record straight, Bailey is not pregnant. Her belly is where her extra fluid accumulates - she does look and feels like she's about 8 months pregnant, but she isn't. She's quite embarrassed to go out in public right now and is always worried that that's what people will think, but she's not letting it get her down. She's an incredible lady! I thought the Nightline people did a wonderful job putting the story together, and Vicki Mabrey is such an incredibly nice lady. It was a pleasure meeting her. We just hope that this story will truly help to change the way we look at pediatric medicine here in the United States.

Oh. She went out of rhythm again yesterday afternoon. We're on our way to the hospital for #18.

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!



Blogger Aunt Vickie said...

I thought Nightline and Vicki Mabrey did a fabulous job. They do need to show it in prime time though to bring it to more people's attention. I thought you all did a great job.

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Nightline piece was wonderful. I wanted to call you at midnight. Bailey, you looked so cool (and beautiful) driving your car. We all love you so much!!!

Aunt Robin

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bailey & Angie:

You were both wonderful!!!!!! I'm so proud of both of you! When Bailey finished her piece on the piano her reaction was so much like Angie. I loved it.

Hugs & Kisses, CAROL

It was amazing to see you behind the wheel of a huge automobile. I still see you as the little girl that made paper chains long enough to reach from the 4th floor of R&L down to the 2nd floor lobby.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Baily, It is 10 AM in California, and I did watch Nightline last night. You are an inspiration to all the children who fill the children's hospitals from coast to coast. I am your Grandma Mary Jean's cousin, and I have been following your incredible story.
We are continuing to pray for you, your family, and all the blessed caregivers at Riley and hope the #18 cardioversion is quick and easy.
Drive on! Cousin Judy & family in CA.

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there Superstars!!!! Let me know if you need a manager just for all your press and publicity! HA HA - what a great show. I confess I taped it and watched it early this morning. The only scary part was seeing Bailey drive!?!?!?!?! Gosh - It made me feel OLD! (and I don't let that happen very often) I pray all goes well today. Still don't have an answer for Andrea's problem - but a much greater appreication for all you have gone through. You guys are an inspiration. Thanks!
Love - Nancy DeCamp

2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a great piece! I'll be coming by to get autographs later! Maybe I should have you sign my super-soaker! Thank you for letting so many of us be a part of what is really a very personal and intimate journey. I just hope that we can encourage all of you as much as you encourage us!- Cassie Yowell

3:26 PM  

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