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My living champion: Fetoscopic surgery to repair spina bifida

Like any expectant parents, my husband and I were incredibly excited for our 20-week anatomy scan that would reveal whether we were having a boy or girl. This was baby … Full Entry »

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Why I’m running the Houston Marathon

Lucky. It’s a word we use almost every day in our house. We are so incredibly lucky to be a part of the Texas Children’s family. And because of Texas … Full Entry »

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Thank you for making me a father

Father’s Day could mean many different things to different dads. It could mean another random color tie you are forced to begrudgingly wear because your kid got it for you. … Full Entry »

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Facing a congenital diaphragmatic hernia diagnosis

My husband and I waited 18 years to have a child. So when I found out I was pregnant, we were so excited. We love children and now we were going … Full Entry »

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Sometimes You Pray For Good and God Gives You Great!

On Sept. 29, 2014, my husband and I went into our 20 week ultrasound thinking it was going to be smooth sailing and we would walk out of there on … Full Entry »

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