At just a month old, Kenley was diagnosed with a birth defect called Craniosynostosis, which involves the premature closure of one or more sutures of the skull, before the brain is fully formed. The only treatment for craniosynostosis is surgery, which Kenley underwent in January at CHOP.
Throughout Kenley's "cranio-journey," she has been blessed with such amazing care at CHOP. And although Kenley's surgery went well, she will continue to be monitored by a team of specialists there for years to come. We can never thank her doctors enough for what they have done for Kenley (they truly are miracle workers), but we can certainly do our part to give back to this amazing institution!
Please consider supporting our team as we commit to run, jog or walk for 31 days to support the kids at CHOP, and in honor of our resilient cranio-princess, Kenley!