One of the days I have been dreading is coming. We have been so very blessed with physicians to care for our son Caleb with Myelomenegecele Spina Bifida. These physicians have a great deal of experience and expertise. Unfortunately that means they will retire before Caleb is finished needing pediactric care. With that being said, the day I am dreading is the day that our first doctor will retire, Calebs nuerosurgeon, Dr. Kleiner. This wonderful man has been with us through so
I was born in 1974 and was shifted around to 2 different hospitals because doctors knew something was wrong,but weren't sure what. I was diagnosed at 7 months with Spina Bifida. Doctors operated on my back to close my back up Before that, my mom had to change my diapers with me laying on my stomach. Doctors also installed my first shunt at the same time .I had 10 shunt operations in all up until the age of 17 years old. The first operation was a double operation,as the 1st on
Luca is a three-and-a-half year old little boy to Vicky Jane. Luca has Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele (L5). Luca is a beautiful little boy with a cheeky character but a very sensitive soul. Luca does not let his condition define him in anything he does.
So far, Luca's challenges include bowel and bladder issues, and slight mobility issues due to his delay in nerve function. His parents have to catheterize him three times a day and he is still in diapers. Most of his other sy
I do not wear dark make up to put on a show.
I can brace the camera with glamorous,
Without any make up on.
You can now say good-bye to the girl,
You use to know
Because she not coming back no more.
She has broken down into pieces like, a jig saw puzzle leaving remanence of her sadness, upon the ground. I do not even want to try to fix her, knowing the reason why she is shattered. It's better left unsaid trying to piece back the hurt, that someone else had did.