Next to actually delivering your little one, bringing home baby is one of the most incredible days of a new parent’s life. Lives are turned upside down, but for the better. Two sets of South African parents felt that same joy four years ago when they bought their little bundles of joy home. But little did they know that they had actually brought home someone else’s child, and not their own.
On November 13th Jodie Guthrie’s Facebook post sums up her excitement about the arrival of her baby boy.
“Went to Magee for an ultrasound and Trace Joseph Weatherwalk is 5-pounds-9-ounces…God Blessed this perfect angel – and I can’t wait to meet him.”
But due to a freak accident she was never able to meet her baby boy.
We share all kinds of speedy delivery stories, but this one literally gave me chills! In Kilkenny, a mother of three delivered her baby on the side of the road. The delivery happened Wednesday night after the mother had tried driving herself to the hospital.
While breast is best, it’s not always an option for every baby. Formula is the most popular choice for parents who aren’t breastfeeding, but many other are seeking more natural options. With the increasing flow of information on the internet comes a lot of third party advice. Concerned, Health Canada is warning parents about the dangers of making their own baby formula.
Prosthetic limbs can cost thousands of dollars. For children born with missing parts of limbs, this can sometimes mean learning to work around their disability rather than having the chance at achieving the full use of a limb. But not for Holden Mora.
Whether you’re spending quality play-time with your baby or stressed out to the max, it’s hard not to wonder whether or not your baby will remember anything of the time you spend together. A new study suggests that, while they may not remember the exact memory formed, it is very possible that they will remember the positive feelings that the “good times” bring.
In recent weeks, we’ve shared two stories relating to amniotic embolisms—a condition in which the protective fluid surrounding the baby during pregnancy escapes into the mother’s body, a condition that is usually fatal. One mother miraculously survived. Another did not. Karisa Bugal, the most recent amniotic embolism sufferer, didn’t survive either.
The family of a California boy is breathing a sigh of relief now that their 4-year-old son has come out of a medically induced coma following a 230-foot plunge down a cliff.