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A Word on Preeclampsia

  When you get diagnosed with an illness/disease, or something happens to you, generally you want to learn more about it. As soon as I was stamped with the diagnoses of being “preeclamptic” and eventually “Severely preeclamptic”, I knew I...

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After Pascal’s Birth

Keeping with being a statistic (3-5 % of pregnant woman develop preeclamsia), two days after having Pascal, I was fortunate enough to be part of the 7% of women who get Endometritis…or an infected uterus. Granted, my chances were greatly...

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Pascal’s Birth Story III

Pascal’s Birth Story Part III WARNING: This post has a lot of personal medical based details that you may not want to read about…it’s about childbirth so prepare you mind accordingly if you want to continue reading. Also, the pictures...

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Pascal’s Birth Story Part II

Birth Story Part II My body was a ticking time bomb with no clock and I didn’t know it. I found the doctors lack of outword expression of concern helped me not worry about my condition, but the sheer rapidity...

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Pascal’s Birth Story Part 1

I tried to think of how detailed I wanted to be about my experience, and determined that for the sake of other women who could go through the same thing, and for my own personal need to remember everything that...

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My Breastfeeding Journey

This is a LONG one people. This is meant to be a continuation of thanksgiving for the willpower God has instilled in me, and to be an encouragement to mommas who are struggling with breastfeeding/might in the future. My tenacious,...

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Not from the beginning

Where do you start writing a story that is so much bigger than yourself? The logical place is from the beginning, but I think I’ll start here: the happiest moment of my life:    Well, besides this one: My son...