Author Patti Digh discusses her book 37 days
I grew up with the usual dreams – a pony, popularity, getting into the right college and then a fairy tale wedding.
These dreams changed at some point between delivering my baby and completing his first health evaluation. I loved my baby, but there were problems. Breathing, hearing, spine it all jumbled together and seemed like more than I could handle.
Letter #6: by Anonymous Advice for having a great labor and delivery…. Be prepared for the baby Have a family member or friend you know who will be there to help you Ask as many questions to get the help you need It is OK to scream and cry during labor In January, 2010, I Read more about Teen moms how to have a great labor and delivery[…]
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I got my first job at 16 as a carpenter’s apprentice. I pursued my goal of becoming a project manager and there are buildings throughout the Valley that I’ve had a hand in creating.
There was one job that I’ll never forget. […]
Letter #5: by Amayrani Hi! My name is Amayrani. I am 18 years old and I have a little boy. To me, labor and delivery was the most exciting part. I just couldn’t wait to see my baby. It was hard and long but I made it through. I was in labor for 30 hours. Read more about A teen mom labor and childbirth[…]
Dr Vicky Jones from Memorial’s North Star Lodge discusses breast cancer and breast cancer awareness.
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