Tag Archives: NICU

Brantley Family: “Exactly where he needed to be”

Our twin sons Colin and J.J. are happy and rambunctious boys who never stay in one place for long. They constantly keep us on our toes, but we wouldn’t have … 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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Is Buying Breast Milk Online Safe?

Online shopping, in many cases, seems to be the way to go; it’s faster, cheaper and more convenient for the consumer than visiting the store. But, a study published in … 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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World Prematurity Day: A Closer Look At Premature Births From Around The Globe

Did you know that in the Unites States 1 in 9 babies are born prematurely and that over the past 25 years, our country’s premature birth rate has risen by … Full Entry »

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