Just wanted to update: my grand daughter who is 4 1/2 months old had surgery on Tuesday for her cleft lip. She is doing beautifully, although she really doesn't like the arm restraints, a necessary evil to keep her from touching her stitches. She goes back to the specialist on Tuesday to have the stitches taken out and will have one more week with the restraints . She is feeding well with her regular bottle and nipple. I really just wanted those who are looking forward to surgery to be encouraged- it is remarkable what can be done and how well. We are truly fortunate.
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