Many professionals in the medical field knows what APGAR means. Even a student nurse should know about this. I learned about this when I was in my second year college in Nursing. Many couples during our Child Birth Class months ago, were anxious to know what this means and what is its relation to the newborn. It was an advantage in my part not to worry about it.
APGAR scoring is developed by Dr. Virginia Apgar. It is a Mnemonic/Criteria… read more
Geez, I can’t sleep. This was the same feeling like my yesterday night. I just can’t couldn’t sleep well. I just thought of checking up on my blog and post something. Oh well, it’s in the wee hours of October 19 and it’s my birthday.
I also wanted to say my advance birthday greetings to Fe, who is one of my dear friend here in blogger. Her birthday is on the 21st which she wrote in her post.
Anyhow, I… read more
It’s already 12 midnight and I’m still awake. We just got back home after visiting my family-in-law’s house.
Anyways, I just wanted to keep my post fresh. I am excited to share to everyone about my baby George update. Last Thursday, we had a doctor’s visit. He is weighing 15 pounds and 12.6 ounces. He has grown 3 inches now, from 22 inches to 25 inches. The pediatrician is so happy that our baby has grown so fast. He saw… read more