Tuesday, October 29, 2013

'Baby Emily' Rogers celebrates her 15th birthday

Young Langley teenager born with 'omphalocele' birth defect is now strong, happy & motivated

Emily Rogers (front, right) poses with mother Marie, father Ron, and sister Alison. Photo submitted.
Emily Rogers, showered with prayers from hundreds of people hoping for her survival before she was born with an anomaly known as a "gross omphalocele," is now a strong and happy 15-year-old. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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