Love it! And yes!
To answer the questions you asked on my blog:SK has changed for me over the years. As a child I was a patient there. I had all 5 cardiac surgeries there and while they saved my life, they also damaged my soul a bit. Part of me has never totally recovered from being 'a sick kid'. However, as a nurse I gained some acceptance and control there. For my patients I was large and in charge and knew things and the way things worked. I grew in my profession there. Now, I'm looking at SK from across the street and all I see is what I "should" be doing right now "preparing to go on mat leave". Instead I'm here.And no, Acorn won't go to SK unless he or she has a problem that Mt. Sinai's NICU can't deal with. I hope we get to stay here for that reason mainly, but also because it would be weird to be a parent in a place I used to work.
I just found your blog through Emily's.I lost my son shortly after he was born at 37 weeks. I am so sorry for the loss of your Jack. Being a BLM still give me no ability to offer proper condolences on ones loss. So I appologive for my lameness.I do love this picture...I also know exactly what it means :)