Legs no longer deformed

The morning after our son Jamie was born, I awoke to find three doctors surrounding my bed in the hospital. They informed me that after examining the baby, they were concerned that his legs and hips were somewhat deformed and too wide apart. They said that without corrective surgery, he might not be able to walk normally. Though they didn’t insist that the surgery be done immediately, they recommended going ahead with it.

I thanked them for their concern. Then I called my mother, a Christian Scientist, who was at our home caring for our family, and told her what the doctors had said. Her response was that I should come home. And so I did.

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