Laughing gas a new alternative to ease labor pains

Over the last 16 years, I have had the absolute privilege of helping countless moms navigate the journey of childbirth. Childbirth has always been one of the most unique and individualized experiences a family will go through. Every birth story is different. Individuals have their own special and unique circumstances that are like no one … Continue reading Laughing gas a new alternative to ease labor pains

Kangaroo care: The importance of skin-to-skin contact after birth

Nine months of anticipation and growing love for this little person developing inside of you all come down to this one priceless moment — the delivery of your baby! You hear that first precious cry and you want nothing more than to embrace this sweet child. Is this just your newly found maternal instinct?  Yes, … Continue reading Kangaroo care: The importance of skin-to-skin contact after birth

Transport teams connect moms and babies with lifesaving care

The neonatal transport team at Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, has touched the lives of thousands of babies since it began in the early 1980s. Now, their efforts have expanded to create a maternal transport team — providing even more support to high-risk babies and their moms. When the … Continue reading Transport teams connect moms and babies with lifesaving care

Quintuplets’ Mom: “I Couldn’t Imagine My Life Without Them.”

On any given day, chances are you can find Michelle Seals sitting in a brown leather recliner in the neonatal intensive care unit at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. That NICU has been home to her babies since they were born on March 18, and it’s also where Seals has spent the last seven weeks, … Continue reading Quintuplets’ Mom: “I Couldn’t Imagine My Life Without Them.”