We are so excited about our new addition to the Pollock household – feeling blessed and humbled to have 3 little munchkins fill our home with love and laughter. We were excited to have our 3rd surprise true gender reveal on April 11, 2017. When Dr. John W. Stewart asked us on April 10 if […]
Labor of Love is a blog by Megs Pollock. She shares her experience as a first-time mom whose son was diagnosed with spina bifida before he was born. Megs lives in Seville, Ohio, with her husband, Randy, their son, Jordan, daughter, Gabriella, and their Yorkie Shitzu mix, Sasha.
We have come to another part of our journey that will change our family dynamics. We are adding P3! Another step in the right direction. Randy and I cannot express the joy that fills our hearts when we talk about our P1, P2 and now P3. God could not have blessed us with more joy […]
Surgery No. 8 is officially in the books. It’s been interesting to watch as Jordan’s reaction to surgery has changed. We’ve also been blessed by meeting so many amazing people as they care for our family. A couple days before our scheduled visit, Jordan and I talked about how Dr. Ponsky would fix his bottom. […]
We’ve truly experienced the saying “it takes a village” to raise Jordan. I never imagined we would add so many subspecialists to our little man’s team. What is really cool about our journey is how blessed we are to be in a place where if one doctor needs to ask advice from another, they are […]
As winter greeted us this season we were also introduced to this year’s winter illnesses. What you don’t realize is how much sickness your children will face in the first few years. Both of our munchkins have had their fair share of colds and ear infections. I really don’t know that you can avoid all […]
Looking back over the past 9 months, we are in awe of how God has given us patience and endurance. We made it through Jordan’s hip and ankle surgery, including 40 days in a cast and 40 days of day rehab. Jordan started a school with a friend for kids with neuromotor diagnosis. He endured […]