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Month: May 2017

Labor and Delivery: A Spectator

Labor and Delivery: A Spectator

I thought I would also share my experience from when our son was born, so that we have a more complete record of Shaylee’s labor and delivery. However, I will warn you that this is not nearly as detailed or exciting as her story. Early Labor On September 15, 2016 Shaylee finally went into labor. We were pretty ready for our son to come at this point. So Shaylee was trying some techniques on her own to further the process along. I…

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Labor and Delivery: Let’s Get Real

Labor and Delivery: Let’s Get Real

“Our son came into the world exactly one week early on 9/16/16 at 1:40pm. He was born weighing 8lb 3oz, and measuring 21 inches long. With a head of black hair like his daddy, he is 100% adorable. We absolutely love him and are so happy to have him in our lives.” This is the “birth story” that I originally shared on social media when our son was first born. I think I’m finally ready to share a little more….

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Wilson Disease: Update

Wilson Disease: Update

Three weeks after my diagnosis I finally started a treatment. Initially, the treatment for Wilson Disease seemed simple and straightforward. However, after digging a little deeper, we realized that it is not so simple. There are some pretty serious risks associated with all of the options for treatment, and it definitely didn’t help that my insurance was not cooperating either. As you can see from the image above, we are still optimistic and happy to start on the road to…

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Birthday Breakfast Ideas

Birthday Breakfast Ideas

Birthday breakfast, birthday breakfast, birthday breakfast! Yay! Seriously though, I am a big fan of the birthday breakfast. We typically go out for our birthday dinners, but breakfast, we do at home. I love this because not only do I love breakfast food, but I love being able to eat my birthday breakfast in my pajamas and at my own (lazy) speed. Plus, I can ensure that I get just what I want to eat, every time. Now, there are…

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