Any prospective parent anxiously awaits the birth of their new baby. Chris and Susan Peloquin of Weston were no exception. But their excitement was doubled when they learned they were having twins.
Four-year-old Emily Konkle of Kaukauna loves to rollerskate, ride her tricycle and go bowling.
Now in her second year of preschool, it's hard to believe that just two years ago, this little brown-eyed firecracker suffered severe head and internal injuries when a 940-pound boulder landed on top of her.
It was a clear, crisp morning in June of 2004, and there was a bustle of activity in the newly purchased Phelps house in Mcnaughton, Wisconsin. Spirits were high for parents Yasna and Michael as they thought of their two girls, Krishna, six, and Madalyn, one, growing up in their new home. Little did they know that in 24 hours their lives would change forever.
Todd and Sandy Hass were delighted eight years ago when an ultrasound at Wausau Hospital revealed they were having twins. That joy, however, turned into dismay when, on the recommendation of their physician, a second ultrasound at Marshfield Clinic revealed that one of the twins, a boy, had Spina Bifida.
Ministry Saint Joseph's Children's Hospital
611 Saint Joseph Ave
Marshfield, WI 54449
800.428.5000 (WI only)
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