Source: Daily Herald
“When visitors come to her room at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, she wants to know their names. And when Betsy Shannon, with tears in her eyes, talks about what her daughter has endured, Lucy picks up on her emotion, looks up at her mom and offers a sweet smile.
“Her vocabulary is so medical,” Betsy Shannon says. “She talks about ‘getting the syringes and having a blood draw to test my potassium.’ At 4 years old, it’s funny that those things are just a regular part of her vocabulary. It’s just her normal life.””