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Today I ended up working on my own when the woman I was working with got stuck in a traffic jam for hours. All the ladies at the clinic were very encouraging, but I was terrified at first. I worked with some of my most challenging babies so far, but things went quite well. I didn’t have any accidents and some of the babies passed.
But it was a real challenge—I got to observe her working with babies who were just born early or something (or the well babies) and then I’m on my own with a baby who’s just had brain surgery and another who has a seizure problem. The nurses were a big help on this (someday I’m going to write an ode to NICU nurses) and also very encouraging.
For your reading pleasure, I selected some good posts from my blogroll. 🙂
JLP at All Financial Matters has promised to stop talking about the subprime bailout, but before he promised he offered an excellent take on what I think led to the biggest subprime problems.
Millionaire Mommy put together an astounding list of helpful financial calculating and planning tools. Sweet! She also wrote about what she’d do if she were a beginning investor. Hmm, I’m a beginning investor…
Nick at Punny reminds us of 10 great places to try if you’re Christmas shopping on the 24th. And his wishlist includes a few items I’m sure we’ve all thought about. 😛
Drive safely, everyone!