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How bad could it be?
I saw her innocent, doe-brown eyes first. Eyes that had cried so much there was a nurse applying drops to keep them from drying out.
My baby looked up at me, too worn out to even whimper. Make it stop hurting.
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In that moment I realized how powerless I was. There was nothing in my upbringing to prepare me for this. Nothing in my formal Ivy League education offered answers. This took milliseconds, but it felt like it was happening in slow motion. Then I saw it. The doctor was talking in the background, but the ringing in my ears drowned out his words.
Everything he was saying sounded like the parents in the Charlie Brown cartoons: My beautiful, perfect baby, born just six months ago, looked like a cherry bomb had exploded in her hand. The water had run out of the iron, and her fleece outfit had held in the heat. The veins beneath her butter-soft skin had fused and imploded internally.
The doctor was saying something about amputations. God and I had talked—He could not be allowing this!
All that was left of the tiny, perfect, beautiful long fingers that used to touch my face when I nursed her was a bloody stump. Then I began questioning my career as a six-figure-salary sales executive for high-tech firms.
As I knelt on the dirty hospital floor in designer hose, a stunning Ellen Tracy navy-blue suit, pearls, silk blouse by Liz Claiborne and shoes by Fendi, but with a marriage that was teetering on the edge, I blamed myself for every conceivable aspect of failing as a mother.
I would have traded every accomplishment in the world to have my child in one piece.
All I could envision was a young girl, a teenager, hiding her body beneath clothes, unable to freely go to the beach, unable to find someone who would look beyond the scars to see her beauty. My mind tortured itself until I shut down all thought of the future.
I sat in a chair by the window, too numb to even cry. Then came the lawyers.
Eventually, I found out there was no legal case to be had, no settlement to insulate my family from financial burden while we suffered. The day care center had no substantial assets to claim in a civil case.During the interminable drive to the hospital, my thoughts ricocheted between cold logic and bargaining with God.
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Get to Know Us. In , Sallyanne Monti was a year-old mother of four, married to her husband of fifteen years, living on Staten Island, New York, an island in the Verrazano Narrows Bay. Paul added it May 11,