Transcript for Formerly conjoined twin goes home 2 months after surgery
- Now to some very good news this morning. One of those formerly conjoined Texas twins is home. Rhiannon Ally is here to tell us all about it. Good morning, Rhiannon.
- Hey. Good morning, Michael. We have some wonderful news about a story we've been following, here at GMA. One family in Texas is celebrating in a big way. One of their baby girls is finally heading home, months after a life-changing surgery.
Five-month-old Texas twins, Jamie-Lynn Finley and her sister Amy-Lynn, were born conjoined at the chest. They were even sharing a liver. Earlier this year, they underwent an 11-hour surgery, at Cook Children's Medical Center, in Fort Worth. The separation surgery was a huge success.
Take a look. We want to show you this family photo, so happy to finally hold their babies separately. And we have just learned that, this week, nearly two months after that surgery, Jamie-Lynn is back home and in her very own bed. Here she is in her car seat, about to head home.
Now, Amie-Lynn is still in the hospital, recovering from that recent surgery, but she is expected to head home in the next month. And we are told Jamie is bouncing and babbling to anyone who will listen. And guys, her parents say that she will, of course, miss the attention from everyone that helped them in the NICU. But that she will be showered with love by her three older siblings, at home.
- Love that update, Rhiannon. Thank you so much.
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