It's Nurse's Week! Bring on the hospital-logo emblazoned umbrellas. A worthy gift for the crazy hard work days, long hours, and minimal pee breaks. I love delivering babies!
Apparently, it's also teacher appreciation week. Thanks a million for getting me to this point (couldn't do it without you), but seriously... can't you celebrate next week? You're stealing all my thunder.
After doing a little web researching, I found that May is also:
- Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
- National Strawberry Month
- National Don't Eat Cheese Before Noon Month
- National Asparagus Month (celebrated that one last night!)
- National Salsa Month
- Allergy/Asthma Awareness Month
- Older Americans Month
- National Zombie Awareness Month
Wait, asparagus gets a whole month, but my "noble" profession only gets a week? That's baloney! (Bologna...or baloney-- if you will-- only gets a day. It's October 24th.) Also, what qualified a person as being an "older" American? I'm older than my sister Casey, does that mean I get to participate?
Anyway, back to Nurse's Week. In the spirit of all things nurse-y, and because I actually worked full time hours last week for the first time since coming back from maternity leave (thank you low census.)...
I am bringing back the Labor & Delivery 1101 question and answer time!
[Cheers & Applause]
You know you have all sorts of questions regarding labor and delivery... so ask away! It's been almost 2 years since I last opened up the blog to all things labor related, so I guess it's time enough to do it all over again. It's like L&D 1102. Leave a comment with your question and I'll give you all the hilarious and often gory details. I can't wait to hear what you've got for me this time around!
Check Out the L&D 1101 Question and Answer series: