Mary was born 1 week late through induced labor. At birth she was a healthy baby, with a little jaundice, but no extreme problems. Four days later during a routine jaundice check, her pediatrician noticed a heart murmur. This led to a full workup at the Cardiac Center of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. There Mary was diagnosed with two Ventricular Septal Defects (VSD) and one Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) and a Partial Anomalous Venus Return. At one month of age, Mary had Open Heart surgery to close two holes in her heart. The third hold closed on its own. At this time, she was also diagnosed with bilateral hip dypslasia, vision and hearing issues, tortocollis, and feeding difficulties. At 15 months of age genetic testing confirmed that Mary has a rare genetic disorder called Trisomy 14 Mosaic. At her birth, she was #21 to have this diagnosis.