Mr. McKay is a miracle. He was diagnosed with a soup of congenital heart defects while still in utero including: double inlet left ventricle (DILV), Transposition of the Great Arteries (TGA), a large ASD which has now been modified to create a single atrium, pulmonary atresia, and dextrocardia. He has undergone a series of three open heart surgeries to reroute his plumbing into a flow more likely to meet his growing body's demand for oxygen. He is post BT Shunt (August 22, 2008) and post-Glenn (November 25, 2008), and most recently traveled cross country to have the Fontan procedure at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (July 9, 2010). Today, McKay is a growing near-three-year old challenged with developmental hurdles we are anxiously trying to help him overcome. McKay offers heart baby hope of the most robust proportions. This blog chronicles our adventures.