Before and After

I like before and after pictures. Throughout Bronson’s journey I made sure I took lots of pictures to document his journey so we could look back and see how much progress he made! 
I’ve been meaning to add these picture for a while but just haven’t got around to doing it until now! Both Bronson and Sarah Beth (my sister, who was the live liver donor) had AMAZING surgeons and, as you can see in the pictures, their scars are very minimal! Bronson’s goes across his entire abdomen and is shaped like a frown, and SB’s is a straight line (the circles around her incision are from a reaction to the tape they used). 

       

The day before the transplant surgery
6 weeks post transplant

4 thoughts on “Before and After

  1. Kristen and Andy says:

    Just found your blog through another blog, The Macs…and just wanted to say what an inspiration your family and especially your baby boy is! Just read his story and was so moved – what a little fighter he is. So happy to hear that everything has turned out so well – what a wonderful blessing.

    Your kids are just adorable – your daughter is actually only a few weeks older than my son 🙂 It also caught my attention that you were from Ontario…I used to live just north of Toronto..always neat to find blogs from back home 🙂

    Kristen

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  2. Angela A. says:

    Thanks everyone! 🙂

    Kristen – Thank you! Everything that has happened from May through to August still seems surreal! Thankfully Bronson is healthy and starting to catch up on all the growing/development he missed out on!! Now we can start to catch up on life!

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