Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave Confirms Dove’s Neurosurgery Was a Success
This is the article I read recently.
Before I became a mother, I only knew that I would love my baby with all my heart.
After I am a mother, I know that I’m willing to die for my daughter without a second of hesitation.
Not every mother on planet earth shares the same feelings with me.
But if you do, I think you would be pretty sad too when you read news like this.
When I was a girl and I imagined how my future child would be like.
If it’s a boy, I want him to be tall, smart, and handsome. better earn a lot of money and take me traveling when he gets older.
If it’s a girl, I want her to be pretty, wise, and sweet. maybe become a star so I can be famous too.
However, the moment I found out I was pregnant, all I ever wanted is for her to be safe and healthy.
Luckily, she is.
I became pretty sentimental after being a mom.
I cried when I read this article.
I can’t imagine how hard it is to have a child with this kind of rare disease.
Teddi is a really strong and powerful woman without doubts.
I don’t know how she pulled it off but she did.
And I respect her for that.
“According to the Mayo Clinic, Lambdoid Craniosynostosis “is a birth defect in which one or more of the fibrous joints between the bones of your baby’s skull (cranial sutures) close prematurely (fuse), before your baby’s brain is fully formed. Brain growth continues, giving the head a misshapen appearance.”
“Teddi opened up why she wanted to share the news with everyone.”
Open up, to start to talk more about yourself and your feelings
“I feel like I have a lot of nerves, I’m trying my best to stay focused on staying calm as I possibly can for her.”
a lot of nerves, a great amount of courage, resolve, or integrity
you have a lot of nerves指你很有勇氣
“I don’t really know what to expect.”
expect, to think or believe something will happen, or someone will arrive