A few more pictures--this time of the shunt. The first picture is of Whitney's head before they put in the shunt. The second is after the shunt surgery. The shunt is somewhat hard to see in the picture. In person, it is pretty easy to see because it is a small ridge on the side of her head. That said, we are thankful for her head full of hair because it camouflages the shunt pretty well. The doctors have told us that after Whitney develops a thicker layer of skin and more hair, people will generally be unable to see the shunt. They also warned us that some people will make insensitive remarks about the shunt. I think those comments, whether they are about Whitney's shunt or some other aspect of Whitney's spina bifida, are going to be those kind of remarks. We pray that we will have the self-control and inspiration to respond appropriately.