How Special Needs Children Change Your Life
I decided to travel down to my hometown in Virginia (just outside of DC) to see the birth of my sister’s first child. After having two kids myself, and absolutely loving the days I gave birth to them, I wanted to share in this miracle with my sister (without having to endure any pain myself this time). She said I could be in the room with her, and I was so excited to help her and see her first child be born. I think if I could have another occupation in life, it might be to be a labor and delivery nurse. I know it wouldn’t all be roses, but being able to witness so many miracles might be worth the hard times.
It was early in the morning when we went to the hospital. My sister got hooked up to all the monitors and was getting ready for the big event. I had both my kids and our parents in the room as well. They would have to leave after the labor progressed to the pushing stage. Unfortunately, it never did get to that stage.
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