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Jamie and Brady Dow

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Our son Brady Dow was born at 35 weeks due to me having Toxemia. We both spent 10 days in hospital... Brady in the nicu and I recovering from the harm the Toxemia did to my body. He is our strength and joy.

Thank you Stratford General Hospital maternity ward and nicu doctors and nurses for helping our little man and I to be healthy and strong enough to come home.

Not a day goes by that we don’t forget how grateful we are for all you did for our family. Thank you.

Posted Wednesday, November 4, 2015


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