Stories about: Dr. Elizabeth Ross

‘The best thing:’ A poem for Logan

Logan (center) with siblings, Jackson and Adalyn (PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE HATFIELD FAMILY)

Five-month-old Logan Michael Hatfield is the baby of the family and adored by his siblings, Jackson and Adalyn. Logan was born with a cleft lip and palate and is cared for by a team at Boston Children’s Hospital, including Drs. Carolyn Rogers-Vizena and Elizabeth Ross. “After Logan was born, we found out his name means “little warrior,” says his mom, Jenna. “He has certainly proven both of those adjectives to be true!” Here, Jenna writes a poem for Logan as she awaits his lip repair surgery.

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Love and gratitude at the center of Evvie’s cleft lip and palate journey

Evvie was born with a cleft lip and palate

When Andrew and Karen Wu moved from their home in Manhattan to Manchester, New Hampshire, they were thrilled to be in closer proximity to Boston Children’s Hospital for their eldest daughter’s care. However, they had no idea just how fortuitous their decision would be until a few years later.

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