My sincerest hope is that the more things stay the same. It’s been a while since I’ve been here, it was a long and tiring semester for me, I overbooked myself constantly and was at the hospital all the darn time. I’m back in action now and I’m going to do my best to keepContinue reading “The More Things Change…”
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Behind the NICU Doors!
It’s hard to put into words what I saw and what I felt as I completed an observership in the NICU at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Over the past month, I spent four days following around one of the extraordinary neonatal nurse practitioners in the very same unit where it all started for me.Continue reading “Behind the NICU Doors!”
Mother-Baby Hospital Database!!!
Yep! You read correctly! I made a database of every hospital in the United States as characterized by their obstetric and neonatal care capabilities! It started in June of 2020, when COVID-19 was at a pretty extreme point and life in quarantine was so heavy on my soul. I decided to double check my dataContinue reading “Mother-Baby Hospital Database!!!”
Guest Post: An Interview with Me Two Books
This week we have a very special guest on the blog, Ali Dunn, founder of Me Two Books! I’m so excited for her to share her perspective as a NICU mom, writer, speaker, and advocate with you! I encourage you to connect more with her on her blog, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook! Ali, tell usContinue reading “Guest Post: An Interview with Me Two Books”
Moving NICU Babies!
If you’ve taken a look at the For the Littlest NICU database (shoutout to our last post here on the blog!) then you might have noted a little bit of a trend: 814 seems like a lot on paper, but on a map, man they sure are far apart! If you’re like me, it wasContinue reading “Moving NICU Babies!”
Where is My NICU?
The moment you’ve all been waiting for is here: we’re publishing a national NICU database!!! The mission of For the Littlest is to bring awareness, empower parents, and encourage students, and in keeping with that tradition, I want you guys to know your local NICU! Over the past 14 months, I’ve worked on this databaseContinue reading “Where is My NICU?”