The Details...So, with humble hearts, we are proud to say that Miss Mya should OFFICIALLY be on the real road to recovery. This situation is nothing short of a miracle. God is good. Mya's left cornoary artery was imbedded in the aortic artery wall. Dr. Cohen went in and made a very small incision to open it up so more blood could move through. This was a very complicated procedure, due to the tiny size of our 1 year old's heart. We are back in her room- she looks great. They didn't even turn up her ventilator level- so she's breathing a majority on her own. There aren't any new incisions, and since she didn't have much time to heal from last Friday's surgery, the process was quicker to open her back up. Mya will need to take aspirin for the rest of her life, since it thins her blood to the level she needs to avoid clotting. She has to have another heart catheterization test on Monday, to verify the improvement of blood flow, so she'll have to keep the breathing tube in until that time. I CAN'T WAIT for it to come out! I'm pretty sure I've said this 100 times, but this one feels much closer to being real. It will be so wonderful to hear her little voice again. I can't wait for her first "hi!" and for her to blow us unobstructed kisses. All of the staff are as relieved for her as we are, they've become personally connected to our family. We've encountered such wonderful emotional support in addition to the physical support by each staff member that has graced our room. Every one seems to really like Mya, they haven't even seen her super cute antics when she's healthy! Lots of comments on the red hair... It's difficult to express our level of joy at this time, and we are so thankful for every moment we've experienced for the past two weeks. As difficult as it's been, we have learned many different times how our lives are so precious and to live for & enjoy every waking moment we have with our family. The amount of support we've been given has been a wonderful blanket of love wrapped around us. From friends bringing us meals, to small gifts for Mya to the immense amount of prayer that we know is happening- we are loved. People we don't even know have been praying for us- how amazing. Thank you for your commitment to our blog and I look forward to posting more videos of our growing girl and the crazy fun kid stuff she does.