Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A Day in a LIFE

 Pre-Op, Post Transplant

Walked into see a little Harmonee WITHOUT a breathing tube!
Happy day... little did she know today would be the best day
of her life! Pre-Op

Waking up... The light was a little bright

 The BINKIE is back!

Daddy getting ready to give his little baby away 
to get her new liver

Such a daddy's girl...

Saying out goodbyes outside the OR

Take her away Doctors... Harmonee- you are in 
AMAZING hands!

First picture of Harmonee after the transplant
Our New little one! Post Transplant!

All done up getting fluid, and LOTS and LOTS of blood!
Quote by Dr. Scaife 4/18/2010 : "There is not one single Red Blood
Cell in her body that she has produced herself. We gave
her 30 times her body mass of blood during transplant."

 Our new wee Harmonee... Its a little graphic but we can't 
put anything on her for a little while longer.


  1. I have been following your blog for a while now, I read something about your sweet Harmonee on LuLu's blog. I am so happy to hear that Harmonee received her new liver and is doing so well. The pictures brought tears to my eyes. You and your family are in our prayers.

  2. WOW!! How amazing....How lucky we are to have been given a second chance with Harmonee....I am greatful for whomever you are that gave my Niece a second chance....Our famliy will NEVER be able to THANK YOU enough....I'm sooo over come with emotion I can't even imagine what you guys are going thry Farrah & Brandon! We luv you and are still praying for her recovery. I am trying to put together a BENEFIT back here in MI for her!! Enjoy her hugs and kisses!!
    Luv Barb

  3. Tears! God Bless You Harmonee! We are so so so happy for you all!
    Ryan, Jen, Gwyn and Jax Guffey

  4. The tears are flowing and flowing! Hooray for Harmonee's tough spirit. Her coloring looks amazing! I just love and admire the staff at Primary Childrens's so much. Miracle workers! I'm just so thrilled for your family!



  5. We are so happy that Harmonee is doing great. We are following all of your posts and living this miracle right along with you. We have to go through Hayden's transplant soon and it is hard to watch what you are going through. Our love and prayers go out to your family.

    Hayden's Grandma