We just had a bout of intestinal yuckiness go through our household but we survived. My girls are keeping me busy. Gracie is almost done potty training (with the exception of #2, which I'm told comes later anyway). Meghan is doing fair. She is very behind in her motor development so now I have to take her to physical therapy to help her catch up. Ah life with a micropreemie...
Anyway, I'd be happy to walk in the walk-a-thon, but I'm currently already the co-chair for the Wisconsin American Liver Foundation Liver Walk in June so I'm kind of booked already. Not sure if you recall, but both of my girls have Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency which is a genetic disorder that affects their liver/lungs.
So, pre-E is still very important to me too since it darn near took my life 2 times now. Eewww!!! ;)
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Jen. B., mom of:
Grace (4/16/02), born at 34 weeks weighing 1775 grams
Meghan (5/3/04), born at 27 weeks weighing 725 grams
Survivors of Preeclampsia