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A Star is Born - Harper Audrey / January 1, 2019 / 6lbs 9oz

Posted on Tuesday, January 1st, 2019 |

"Present at Harper's birth was myself, Shawna’s Aunt Alice and my mother Audrey McCausland. Harper’s birth was definitely a unique experience. Harper was born with Spina Bifeda and we weren’t aware that this was going to be the case. We were transferred to McMaster, where Harper underwent surgery in her first day of life. We are so thankful for the staff at McMaster, WLMH and our family and friends who, without them; we wouldn’t have been able to make it through this adversity. Thankfully, Harper has done terrific since and is a thriving, happy and beautiful little girl. Our nurse at WLMH was Renee and we can’t say enough about how incredibly caring, supportive and respectful she was with us – we are very grateful to have had her there.

The photos we got done with Karen are all displayed throughout our home as we speak. The experience was terrific. Karen and her co-op student were not only amazing at producing incredible photos, but were also so patient with our family and we couldn’t be happier to have been part of it.

Harper is very strong, very happy and incredibly loving. Her big sister Quinn adores her and she and her sister have already developed a beautiful bond. Harper has had to endure a lot more than the average baby, but you would never know it – whenever she is awake, she is smiling and sometimes even when she sleeps. We are so blessed to have two amazing daughters and our hearts have never been so full." - Grant

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