Category Archives: Pavilion for Women

Happy birthday, Pavilion for Women

When I was first asked to write a blog commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Pavilion for Women opening, I immediately agreed. I enjoy writing, and I thought the occasion … Full Entry »

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5 years later: An update from the first patient at Pavilion for Women

Read Andrea’s first post about her experience being the first mom to deliver at the Pavilion for Women. Brayten has brought so much laughter to our lives. He was an early … Full Entry »

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5 midwife myths

Mention you’re a midwife and many questions follow. From “Do midwives only deliver babies at home?” to “can I have my baby in water?” There are many myths and misunderstandings … Full Entry »

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185 days in the NICU: Beckham’s story

My son Beckham was born at 24 weeks gestation weighing 1 lb. 8 oz. and a mere 12 inches long. After the grueling process of egg donation and surrogacy, we … Full Entry »

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Neonatal Response team

The Neonatal Response team has been a part of Texas Children’s long before I started here. We use to respond to St Luke’s for deliveries. After the Pavilion for Women … Full Entry »

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