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Laura and I wrote instead of slept. Our husbands often came home to find that we made calls instead of dinners. We planned, we wrote, we prayed continually. Now, God has quite a sense of humor hence the two sets of twins. Yet, He also had a plan. Let us not mince words when we reveal that we are driven by a love of our Lord and Savior, and by a love for His people-moms especially.
One day when Laura and I stopped for coffee at a near-by coffee shop, God showed up big time. There are not words that can describe what happened that night except to say that a bomb went off in our hearts. We knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt that we were supposed to make these materials available, not just because our amazing patients wanted it, but because God wanted to fill a need.
We prayed that night and pictured many mothers on their knees, praying for help and relief. We have been there in the sleep deprived frustration of those difficult nights, and we knew many other parents were asking for help and wondering if they were being heard.
We envisioned books, videos and seminars that would address the most common fears and concerns of parents. We planned our first seminar that night with the high hopes that God would use us to speak life into the weary. And the weary were emailing every day. In no time, it was not just the parents of babies, but parents of toddlers — literally all over the world who were in need. So, we got back to work and partnered with parents to develop strategies that would help household communication and teach parents how to feel more effective and less frustrated by bringing out the best behaviors in their toddlers.
And, of course, help these little ones to sleep all night long in their beautiful rooms that were decorated just for them. It is absolutely unbelievable, what transpired next.
We thought that we were just helping others, all the while God had ordained every meeting, every call, every consultation. He provided answers to prayers within hours! Yes, God is alive and active. Our business grew so fast we had to train other nurses in our methods just to handle the increasing demand. This all happened by word of mouth and every testimonial that you read was unsolicited and they still keep pouring into our email. We are not perfect, our materials are not perfect, that is why we constantly cling to what is perfect…God and God alone.
Now, you do not have to be Christian to use our materials. These materials meet everyday needs. Yet, God has put so much more on our hearts to inspire and encourage you. So, know today, that we are living out the tumultuous and amazing journey of parenting, and we are praying for greater wisdom and understanding so we can leave a legacy of hope. Not pictured — Kayla Hunter who was on a mission trip to India. Pictured — the sling that Grayson had to wear after his Lacrosse injury — broken collarbone.
Those are both valid reasons to seek medical attention. Many of the concepts addressed in this website vary from Pediatrician to Pediatrician. This website is designed to provide information on infant and child care. This website is intended as a reference volume only, not as a medical manual. It is offered with the understanding that neither the author nor the publisher are engaged in rendering medical, health, or any other kind of personal professional services on this website.
The reader should consult the services of a competent pediatrician, registered dietician or other medical professional. It is not the purpose of this website to replace the regular care of, or contradict the advice from, the American Academy of Pediatrics, or any pediatrician, nutritionist, registered dietician, or other professional person or organization. Through her marriage to James, she is the daughter-in-law of George Bligh and his late first wife Elaine Bligh.
Olivia is also the adoptive sister-in-law of Anna Poletti who is really James' cousin which makes Anna Olivia's cousin-in-law. Finally, Olivia is also the granddaughter-in-law of Elizabeth Bligh.
Whilst sailing back from England following her recent marriage to James Bligh, Olivia is upset by her husband's obvious unhappiness. Anna Poletti dances with Olivia, which cheers Olivia up slightly.
When Olivia arrives at Ash Park for the first time she is still upset that James seems to be unhappy about marrying her. Olivia becomes depressed but again Anna steps in and takes Olivia to lunch with one of the local farmers.
Unknown to Olivia, the farmers' son Gino Poletti is actually Anna's secret lover. After this Olivia's marriage to James begins to improve when he tells her that he is willing to try harder, Olivia finds she is pregnant. However, the relationship hits the rocks again when Olivia finds that James is actually a homosexual. This disgusts Olivia and after finding this out Olivia tells James that she is going to Sydney in order to work out what she wants. James's grandmother Elizabeth Bligh is the only other person who knows the truth about James and he goes to her for advice.
Realising that if Olivia thinks about what she wants then James would have lost her forever, Elizabeth begs Olivia to remain at Ash Park. Olivia agrees reluctantly to stay. When Elizabeth tells Olivia that she only made James marry her to protect him from scandal, this touches Olivia as it shows that Elizabeth cares for James. Yet Olivia is still upset about her marriage, when Elizabeth suffers a heart attack Olivia bitterly tells James that she hopes that Elizabeth will die.
This shocks and disgusts James, however when Regina Bligh arrives Elizabeth is able to invite Olivia to the hospital through Regina. Olivia is reluctant to go still harboring a deep hatred form Elizabeth yet she eventually goes to the hospital, the two settle some of their differences but Olivia still deeply dislikes Elizabeth. When George Bligh decides to host a business reception for the Japanese government Olivia finally properly forgives James for everything and tell him that the past is the past, Olivia laughs with her husband whilst at the party and also tells James that she dislikes Regina Bligh.
With their marriage being slightly repaired Olivia and James decide they must move to Sydney, and before they leave properly Olivia forgives Elizabeth and the two become friends. While in Sydney James tells Olivia that he is going to try to change his sexuality through shock treatment. Olivia is touched by James's words and finally tells James that she will always support him. Olivia becomes increasingly distressed at the brutality of the treatment being inflicted on James.
Olivia returns to Sydney where she is horrified to learn that the doctor supervising James's treatment, Dr. Milsen, no longer wants Olivia to visit James. This leads Olivia to call on her now friend Elizabeth Bligh to try to visit James. Elizabeth is concerned that James has been so heavily sedated.
The two are talked around by Dr. Milsen but Olivia is still very worried about James's treatment. Milsen because he specialises in women's causes not men's and this is why the treatment has been to horrid. Carolyn tells Olivia that she must take James away from the hospital, Olivia is very worried and quickly rushes to the hospital where, with the help of Sarah Adams , she saves James from the brutal treatment.
With James now back at Ash Park he and Olivia become closer than ever, and Olivia learns that the only thing that kept James going during the treatment was the thought of becoming a father with Olivia.
Olivia confides her secret to Andrew Swanson. Yet catastrophe strikes when Olivia doesn't feel any movement from the baby. Worried, Olivia secretly visits a doctor where she learns that her baby has died.
Baby On Call. 1K likes. Baby On Call Is built to be the first responder to parenthood! We have newborn care specialist,sleep consultant,postpartum. Moms on Call LLC is an Atlanta-based phenomenon. We started serving local families with in-home parenting consultations from birth to 4 years of age. We started serving local families with in-home parenting consultations from birth to 4 years of age. Call the doc if your baby's stool contains whitish mucus or streaks or flecks of red, which can indicate a problem. (Red is a sign of blood in the stool.) Normal poop consistency also ranges from very soft to watery, with breastfed babies having looser poop.