Monday, August 2, 2010

Aaron Ray/Hayleigh.

Well, Aaron came through surgery with flying colors. Surgery on his knee and foot and a great big cast from his foot all the way up to his thigh. We have to go for a week with this cast and it will be removed to see if everything is healing and then another cast will be put on. We don't know how long he will have to have it, but hopefully it can come off before school starts. So glad he has this behind him. Hayleigh will go to visit him tomorrow before she gets on the plane headed home to California. They have had a great time together and really have gotten to know each other much better. I know they have made memories to last a lifetime and so have I. I have enjoyed watching them play together, laugh together and even get on each others nerves at times. They have hugged and kissed each other and shown so much love and say that they are the best cousins ever. It has been a growing and learning time for both of them and we look forward to Hayleigh returning again next summer and meet her new cousin Jack.
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  1. My dear friend,
    Isn't it great being a grandparent! Glad the children had a good time together. Some of my best memories are with cousins!!
    Please pray for our Hailey. She is having a sphenectomy on Friday the 13th! She has ITP, and her body destroys her platelets. We pray that she comes thru the surgery ok, and that it helps. She is in Dover Delaware with her Dad. We are so sad that we can't be with her! We flew her home at Christmas, so can't buy tickets and pay for a hotel to stay in, at this time! Love Cheryl

  2. Hey Peggy Sue, yes the link to this page is a good one, and I think its great that you got to enjoy Hayleigh for the summer and that her and Aaron had a good time together. This web site is a great way to keep the rest of the family informed on Aarons progress and what is happening with your part of the Whisenhunts. Keep up with the good work!!!
    Love ya,
    Judy H.


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