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May 16, 2012


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Becky this is beautiful and heart-wrenching. Love you!


First of all, I really enjoy your blog and your daughter is beautiful! Our oldest daughter (adopted from China) is deaf and wears bi-lateral cochlear implants. She has been mainstreamed since first grade and is doing great. She is keeping up with her peers and excelling in reading and math. Cochlear implants are amazing and they have changed our daughter's life. Good luck on this journey and if you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them :-)

Rebecca Kavel

How is she doing now? I think the process of you knowing that she has difficulty in hearing happened so fast, that it surprised you. She’s still a child, that’s why she is still very happy. She feels that all the support she needs is being given to her, that’s why she doesn’t worry at all! It will be okay soon enough. No worries.

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