(FOX NEWS) - These two tots may still be swaddled in hospital bandages — but they’re getting a fresh chance at a normal life.
In the first pictures released after their separation, formerly-conjoined towns Anias and Jadon McDonald stared at each in the recovery room of Montefiore Medical Center in The Bronx.
“It’s the most amazing thing. I just can’t even believe it,” their mother, Nicole McDonald, told CNN about the operation last month to split them from where they were joined at the skull.
“And look at his little hair. On top, it’s growing in!”
The 14-month-old boys are moving to rehab to recover from the craniopagus surgery that separated them.