Logan Smith made a surprise entrance into the world. Born on Sept. 30 – about 4 months before his due date — his early arrival took his parents, Brad and Lisa Smith, of Dover, down a road they didn’t expect. “He was born at 24 weeks gestation, so everything was still underdeveloped,” said Brad. Logan […]
Christine Sicker was doing Marie Kondo proud. Inspired to clean her house and organize her closets and drawers according to advice from Kondo, the bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and now the inspiration for a hit Netflix series, Christine was organizing and folding clothes according to the KonMari technique. But, in […]
Brittany Hill has been dreaming of the day when she can wake up and have her whole family under one roof, when she can play with her baby, Stephen, on her living room floor, when she no longer has to drive more than an hour to see him or wish him “sweet dreams” at bedtime […]
For Nathalie and Stephane Rué, the journey to have a baby took them thousands of miles away from their home in France to the United States. As they welcomed their infant son Antoine to the family, they also found a new family in our neonatal team at St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital. The Rués had contracted […]
School is one of the most universal experiences of childhood – where we make friends, learn to read and write and hopefully learn to love learning itself. But some children, such as Bradrick Corley, 3, need a little help to get there.
Last July, Stephanie Stoudmire of Canton got news she never imagined possible. She was pregnant. At 38, she had 2 children and 3 stepchildren, and just started a new job as a scheduler for a fire-protection company. After the birth of daughter, Malia, 2 years ago, Stephanie underwent tubal ligation — one of the most […]