At a routine prenatal visit, Mariah learned that her unborn baby Lylah had spina bifida. She transferred to a high-risk obstetrician for the remainder of her pregnancy. Even though they knew Lylah’s life would be full of uncertainties, they embraced her challenges with grace and laughter.
Archive for Category: "Your Winter 2014 Issue (2014-02)"
By Kristen Scruggs I’m a very active person and I love, enjoy and NEED exercise in my life! I am addicted to running. However, when I was four months pregnant with my daughter, my doctor asked me to stop running. I was devastated. It looked like I had placenta previa, and he wanted to be […]
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Featuring high-risk pregnancy issues, low-impact exercises, and great articles about motherhood and some of the more difficult parts of becoming and being a mom …