Previously conjoined twins Charity, left, and Kathleen Lincoln wait to be taken home from the Children's Hospital in Seattle, Monday, Oct. 23, 2000. Doctors are optimistic the eight-month-old twins will be able to overcome physical challenges. The lead surgeon (Dr. John Waldhausen) says they are recovering more rapidly than expected. A team of doctors divided their liver, bowel, bladder and pelvis. Each girl has one leg
Previously conjoined twins Charity, left, and Kathleen Lincoln wait to be taken home from the Children's Hospital in Seattle, Monday, Oct. 23, 2000. Doctors are optimistic the eight-month-old twins will be able to overcome physical challenges. The lead surgeon (Dr. John Waldhausen) says they are recovering more rapidly than expected. A team of doctors divided their liver, bowel, bladder and pelvis. Each girl has one leg Steven Morgain AP file, 2000
Previously conjoined twins Charity, left, and Kathleen Lincoln wait to be taken home from the Children's Hospital in Seattle, Monday, Oct. 23, 2000. Doctors are optimistic the eight-month-old twins will be able to overcome physical challenges. The lead surgeon (Dr. John Waldhausen) says they are recovering more rapidly than expected. A team of doctors divided their liver, bowel, bladder and pelvis. Each girl has one leg Steven Morgain AP file, 2000

Pressure, worry recede as family is reunited

October 24, 2000 8:36 PM