Miracle Child

To see Maebry Harrell running around, playing and enjoying life like any other two year old child today, you would never know that the daughter of Larry and Denise Harrell went through open heart surgery before her 1st birthday. Thankfully, that’s just the image that Maebry’s parents hope others see when they meet Maebry as she continues to grow and heal from her earlier issues. … Continue reading Miracle Child

Coping With an Empty Nest

Every parent wants nothing more than see their child grow up and become independent. However, when your last child has finally left the house, there can be a host of mixed emotions. Some parents are relieved to finally have the house to themselves and have one less mouth to feed. Others feel an intense sadness at the departure of their child. This sadness is known … Continue reading Coping With an Empty Nest

Modern Measles

In 2000, the World Health Organization declared that measles had been eliminated in the United States. In 2019, the country is watching as the once eradicated disease makes its resurgence. The reason? A decrease in the number of people vaccinated against measles. As a result, new cases of the highly contagious disease have been cropping up all over the map. What Is Measles? The contagious … Continue reading Modern Measles

Does Co-Sleeping Benefit Baby?

If you’ve heard the word “co-sleeping” before, there’s a chance that it was in the middle of a heated argument. There’s a lot of debate regarding whether co-sleeping is safe, and it turns out that there are ways to safely and not-so-safely co-sleep with your baby. While many believe that co-sleeping and bed-sharing are the same, the two terms have different meanings. Co-sleeping is the … Continue reading Does Co-Sleeping Benefit Baby?