Happy December!

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I know, it’s been a while since I’ve blogged.

Basically, I’ve been super busy. Some exciting things are happening in our lives that have had me sort of tied up that I’m looking forward to sharing soon! (No, I am not pregnant!)

But, I am glad to see the snow back on my blog, the arrival of cold weather in Florida, and my Ugg Cardies back on my feet.

Other highlights:

Donovan is now a full-time independent walker!

Max is now a full-time stay-at-home Dad!

The rest of the updates…just give me a few more days. 🙂

Merry December!

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  1. Hi Erin,

    I stumbled upon your blog, and reading a few of the entries has given me a very meaningful inside perspective about having a child affected by spina bifida. I am inspired by your courage and touched by the pictures of your family that I had to reach out. My name is Courtney Beyer, and I am the new Study Coordinator at VitaPath Genetics. Earlier this year, we successfully completed the first phase of our landmark study looking at the genetic factors contributing to spina bifida. In conjunction with our academic collaborators at Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI), Stanford, UC Berkeley and UCSF, we recruited over 1,000 women and their child affected by spina bifida to participate.

    Our first phase produced promising results but, we believe that it is appropriate for us to replicate this study in a second, independent group of mothers. We are beginning our second study in early January and are reaching out to more mothers to participate. In order to reach as many women as possible, I would very much appreciate if you could include news about the study in your blog. I also have banners and buttons if you would like to post something on your site. In addition it would be great to connect with you via facebook (search SB Genetics) and twitter @sbgenetics.

    I would like to get in contact with you to share more information and answer any questions that you may have. Please email me at CBeyer@vpgenetics.com and visit http://www.sbgenetics.org. This website gives an in depth explanation of the study as well as a link if you are interested in enrolling. Thank you for taking the time to read my note and I am greatly looking forward to being in contact.

    Warmest regards and happy holidays,

    Courtney

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