She was diagnosed with hydranencephaly in utero, which was later changed to Dandy Walker Syndrome prior to birth; both are similar in presenting as the absence of brain tissue and often diagnosed in place of one another. Regardless of the "official" label, she holds a special place in our hearts and is forever part of our hydran-family.
From her Facebook page: Keelin Rose Coomey
"These are my footprints, so perfect and so small.
These tiny footprints never touched the ground at all.
Not one tiny footprint, for now I have wings.
These tiny footprints were meant for other things.
You will hear my tiny footprints, in the patter of the rain.
Gentle drops like angel's tears, of joy and not from pain.
You will see my tiny footprints, in each butterflies' lazy dance.
I'll let you know I'm with you, if you just give me the chance.
You will see my tiny footprints, in the rustle of the leaves.
I will whisper names into the wind, and call each one that grieves.
Most of all, these tiny footprints, are found on Mommy and Daddy's hearts.
'Cause even though I'm gone now, We'll never truly part."