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Update sept 30

Since the last time I posted I’ve had about 3 biophysical profiles and they have all gone really well.  The baby’s lateral ventricles have not grown at all in the past 6-8 weeks, which is amazing!   642 more words

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Holding, Number 5 on the Defense

Mac has learned a new sign over the last few weeks. J and I are football fans, I grew up watching the San Francisco 49ers play, and J loves the Alabama Crimson Tide, so we are most happy during Sept. 601 more words

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The J.P. Story: Mixed blessings

Dad’s note: In honor of J.P.’s 12th birthday, I’m writing “The J.P. Story,” which looks back at our journey through birth and now approaching teen-hood. I hope you enjoy. 583 more words

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Spina Bifida 101

This blog is very important to me, especially given it’s timing. Spina Bifida Awareness Month is October. Here’s my story:

I was born with myelomeningocele (pronounced “Milo My Ninja Seal”) Spina Bifida at the L1, L2 region of my spine. 1,323 more words

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Aeva's little friend: Ellie the Eel

(Whatever the situation is, always look your best.)

Don’t worry, we are not giving her a pet Eel. It seems like this symbolizes what had just happened recently. 432 more words

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@ShineUKCharity runners part of #GNRMillion celebrations @Great_Run

With the race organisers marking their one millionth runner, the 2014 Great North Run promised to be a memorable race. This was the first IAAF event to reach such an incredible achievement. 560 more words

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