Labor of Love is a blog started by Megs Pollock in 2011. Megs began sharing her experience as a first-time mom to son, Jordan, who was diagnosed with spina bifida before he was born. It’s been 4 years since we last got an update from the Pollock family, so we thought it was time to […]
Experience Akron Children's through the eyes - and hearts - of our parent bloggers as they capture the ups and downs - joys and fears - of parenting. Our parent contributors hope that by sharing their stories, they may help others. Feel free to join the conversation.
Ten years ago, having made it through fertility treatments and a threatened miscarriage, I was finally allowing myself to be excited that we were a little over halfway to our anticipated due date. We didn’t want to know if we were having a boy or a girl so, when I went into premature labor at […]
We are so excited about our new addition to the Pollock household – feeling blessed and humbled to have 3 little munchkins fill our home with love and laughter. We were excited to have our 3rd surprise true gender reveal on April 11, 2017. When Dr. John W. Stewart asked us on April 10 if […]
We have come to another part of our journey that will change our family dynamics. We are adding P3! Another step in the right direction. Randy and I cannot express the joy that fills our hearts when we talk about our P1, P2 and now P3. God could not have blessed us with more joy […]
We knew going into Sam’s most recent appointment with Dr. Karnani that he is allergic to tree nuts, sesame seeds and cats. We also knew there was the possibility that even though Sam had previously enjoyed peanut butter without a problem, his allergic reaction to a cashew in January may have triggered a potential future […]
We’ve truly experienced the saying “it takes a village” to raise Jordan. I never imagined we would add so many subspecialists to our little man’s team. What is really cool about our journey is how blessed we are to be in a place where if one doctor needs to ask advice from another, they are […]