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Tag Archives: NICU
Stacia Fleegal had to make one last stop to the NICU, where her son stayed for three months after he was born.
New mom Stacia Fleegal struggles to balance her time with her son, her fiance and herself.
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On Jan. 23, Jax was discharged after 87 days in the York Hospital NICU.
When NICU babies are stable and nearing discharge, parents are invited to “room in” a night or two with their preemie.
On Monday, Jax graduated to the Continuing Care Nursery, the CCN. Staff often refer to it as the Country Club Nursery — it looks more like what you’d imagine a hospital nursery to look like. Plus, it’s quieter and has … Continue reading
If you’ve been following my column (thank you!), you know that the “expecting” part of “Earthy and Expecting” is deceiving. You also know that my own pregnancy journey took a very unexpected twist on October 25, when I was hospitalized … Continue reading
My favorite band of all time is Pearl Jam. A line from one of their songs is, “How I choose to feel is how I am.” No, that’s not a yoga mantra or an accidentally profound fortune cookie. … Continue reading
Can a person get used to the unexpected? Can we really expect the unexpected, as the saying goes? And what about the expectations of others? Can we affect or change those expectations? Are we in any way responsible for them?
Last week, I wrote about survival mode, the auto-pilot that kicks on when life serves up trauma. Survival mode, it turns out, can be a kind of ignorant bliss. Worrying about nothing outside of the bubble of basic needs and … Continue reading