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Our Mommy Blog Faves: Hospitals and Doctors
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- From Wine and Glue
Wine and Glue
Big things are happening over at Wine and Glue! Lisa, writer of the blog, gave birth to her daughter Piper on May 2. We're not ones to spoil a good birth story, so we'll let this part of her story speak for itself: "And my wonderful OB remained super calm through the whole thing. I really need to make her cookies. What flavor of cookie says, 'Thanks for saving mine and my daughter's lives. You rock'?'"
- From My Happily Ever After
My Happily Ever After
As parents to a little guy who decided to come early, Allison at My Happily Ever After and her family aren't strangers to hospitals and doctor visits. Baby Gavin was born four weeks early at 4 pounds 8 ounces and has undergone more than his share of medical care. This handsome 17-month-old may be on the small side, but what he lacks in size, he definitely makes up for in personality. Keep up with their story through his milestones, adorable photos and information about preemie life.
- From Lauren Rebecca
Hooray for fewer sick days! Lauren, writer of Lauren Rebecca and mom to Scarlett, got to share some great news on her blog last weekend. Scarlett has been sick off and on since September, and she is recovering well after having tubes put in her ears. Instead of coming out of surgery upset and crying, she greeted her mom with smiles and an orange popsicle.
- From Just Say Hi
Just Say Hi
Nicole, voice behind Just Say Hi, recently gave an update on her daughter Aubrey after her brain surgery. A little background: Aubrey was diagnosed with a rare seizure disorder at 7 months old, which transformed into epilepsy. She is now 6 years old. At two weeks post-op, Aubrey is recovering at home with her parents and baby sister. And Nicole shares the good news: "There is nothing more exciting than to report that Aubrey is doing great!"
- From Pray for Evie
The Active Mum
Tissues at the ready, readers. Aanika, aka The Active Mum, recently wrote a post promoting Run 2 Cure Neuroblastoma in Sydney, Australia. She also announced that her friend Sarah's daughter Evie, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma last year just before she turned 2 years old, is in remission. We send our best wishes to Evie and her family as she goes through the final round of immunotherapy treatment.