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Becoming a Medical Mom Review

Reblogged from Sunshine and Spoons. Thank you for the glowing review! ❤ ❤ ❤

 

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Several days into Davy’s 9 day hospital stay at the age of 2 months, I realized that I knew nothing.  I felt ignored by the doctors and confused by the terminology.  I constantly thought of questions to ask, but forgot by the time a doctor made it into the room.  I cried frequently, unable to figure out how to deal with the fact that there was something wrong with my baby boy.  I wanted to know why this was happening.

Becoming a Medical Mom Review

When we were discharged, it only got worse.  In desperation, I bought a plain spiral bound notebook, the kind I used to use in grade school, to try to keep track of all the information and questions I had for Davy’s many medical concerns.  I stumbled along and eventually came up with a coping system for navigating my new life as a medical mom…

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Congratulations to the Winners!

Congratulations to Alesha, Meg, Kyle, Jan, Robert, Debbie, Veda, Rosa, Brittany, and Kelley!

The signed copies of Becoming a Medical Mom were mailed today. If you’re interested in obtaining your tracking number, contact me via my website or Goodreads and I’ll gladly give it to you. They were mailed U.S.P.S. First Class so they should arrive in 2-5 days.

Please don’t forget to leave a review, especially if you like the book! Reviews, on amazon.com especially, are critical to the success of a book.

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