Category Archives: Guest Post

Where Are They Now: Berkley Continues To Defy The Odds

To read Meagan’s previous post, please click here. Berkley is now 2 years old. She has taught me not only about bravery, strength and determination, but that a diagnosis does … Full Entry »

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Papas and Pizzas: Bonding Over NICU Experiences

When my daughter, Deonc, was born it was obviously one of the most exciting times of my life…but also one of the scariest. Deonc was born with a rare genetic … Full Entry »

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March Of Dimes: Why I Walk

March of Dimes has always been near and dear to my heart. Since graduating from nursing school in 2005, I have dedicated my profession to helping heal sick babies in … Full Entry »

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Just Keep Swimming: Our Texas Children’s Story

As many couples out there know, sometimes getting pregnant is only half the battle. Bad things happen during pregnancy that make you question who you are as a person, who … Full Entry »

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Our Son’s Story: Born With Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome

January 8th, 2014 is a day I’ll never forget.  It’s the day we learned our unborn son, Aiden, only had half of his heart, a condition called Hypoplastic Left Heart … Full Entry »

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