I've been trying to post about donating to the walk, but April has been an insane month!
All of you know my stories, but here's a quick recap:
When I was 26 weeks, 2 days pregnant with Caleb I went to the specialist for regular check-up. The checked my cervix length. It was pretty much gone - it was measuring almost .75 cen. They sent me directly to the hospital. With the help of medicine and strict bedrest, I was able to carry Caleb 4 more days. He was born October 10, 2005 at 26 weeks, 6 days gestation. Research from March of Dimes helped develop the medicines that helped me carry Caleb those 4 extra days. I can't even begin to tell you all the things MOD helped develop that Caleb used during his life.
Story #2: MOD's research helped stop my contractions with Nolan at 32 1/2 weeks. With both babies they gave me a shot to help speed the development of their lungs by one week - again from MOD! I strongly feel that shot is what kept Nolan out of the NICU. MOD also help develop the shots I got weekly with Nolan.
Please donate to WalkAmerica.
I am walking in memory Caleb and in honor of Nolan.
Help save babies!
Donate online at http://www.walkamerica.org/preemiehood. (there's link to this site in my links section)
There's still time to join my walking team!
(and if you donate I'll post pictures of our trip to Callaway Gardens!)