Tag Archives: NICU

Hopeful, not optimistic

  On Jan 15, 2009 (which happened to be my 28th birthday), I had my very first ultrasound for my first pregnancy. While scanning me, the doctor turned the screen and asked … Full Entry »

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March of Dimes: You are not alone

I unexpectedly found myself the mother of identical twin boys at 24 weeks gestation in the early morning hours of Valentine’s Day, 2014. To say I was unprepared is an … Full Entry »

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Behind the scenes: What it’s like to be a doctor

I have asked myself more times than I can remember why I wanted to be a doctor. Honestly, I don’t have a simple answer to  that. When I was a … Full Entry »

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Understanding the Use of Music Therapy in Pediatric Healthcare

For the past few weeks I have been playing one particular song on repeat. I mean, every time I get in my car I have to turn it up loud … Full Entry »

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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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