Monday, June 9, 2008

Having a bad day?

Then watch this video - you'll be glad you did!
(Just ignore me and my friend talking in the background!)

Also - I tried to shorten the video and put the edited version on the blog, but it has the whole thing on there - (she stops smiling after about 40 seconds or so)



If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a Million!!

We're not sure why she's smiling so much (it wasn't really in response to anything we did) - but we don't care. I'm just so happy I got it on film!!!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!! Dad and I almost cried.

Love, Mom

the schirano triplets said...

so, so sweet! her smile is just beautiful!

Adam & Andrew said...

That made my day!!! Yay Emily! Her smile is precious and priceless, as is she!

Nicole said...

So beautiful!!! What an adorable smile, Emily! WE LOVE YOU!!

Anonymous said...

That sure put a smile on my face.
She is precious!
Jobie

Heather said...

That is so precious! You can't help but smile back! Beautiful smile Emily! :)

Kate Smith said...

That is so sweet to see! My 20 month old son has tuberous sclerosis and we've been through infantile spasms it was very tough!He now has different types of seizures going on that are not controlled with meds. What meds have you tried on your daughter? I love my boy and have accepted his condition and all that comes with it!! We have good and bad days but most of the time he's such a happy sweetheart! Your children are beautiful!!
Take Care

Kate Smith said...

Sorry I reread my comment and didn't like the way I typed a few words and don't want to offend anybody My baby is a sweetheart alllllll the time. With what he has to go through -clusters of seizures all day and globally delayed he is my pumpkin and I'm so proud of him and what he can do and will do in the future! I'm lucky to have him! I hope your daughter is doing good!

Aimee said...

Kate - No worries! :)
We started with ACTH (2 rounds of that), then moved to Topomax, and now Topomax at a lower dose and Keppra.

Kate Smith said...

Have you considered vigabatrin? Its a miracle drug for alot of babies out there (just not for my Kasey). Steroids are so tough to deal with. Kasey did acth once and recently had to go back on them for ITP.Once Kasey turns 2 depakote will be an option Hes been on all the same meds and phenobarb too at first.We went to UCLA for a surgery eval (We live in Idaho)and that didnt go very well!

Kim said...

Oh, Aimee, how wonderful! That really warms my heart to see!