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I cannot fathom how difficult their job is working with such fragile and precious lives, and they do it with such grace and confidence.

The nurses at Children’s were tireless when it came to being at our baby’s side each and every time that alarm went off day or night.

I felt bad for the “neediness” of our situation, but never once did a nurse show irritation or frustration.

Carol was not originally from northern Minnesota, and I do not know where she started her nursing career.

Her final years as a nurse were at the hospital in Bigfork, a slightly bigger town just a few miles away from Effie. He was a very strong-willed person and did not like doctors or hospitals.

The nurses helped us prepare and minimized distractions so we could hold a small ceremony in our room.

While I know other children and families on the floor were enduring so much worse and for much longer than us, at the time it was our reality and it felt traumatic.

I grew up in a small town called Effie in northern Minnesota (population 175).

Carol and her husband Loren lived a quiet life just down the road, and although they were not popular, my father always treated them kindly, as friends.

Home alone with the baby, I noticed when he had a bad coughing streak his lips were turning blue. Paul, Minnesota with a diagnosis of whooping cough and a nerve-wracking 12-day hospitalization.

In the hospital, he was connected to an oxygen monitor (among other things) so the nurses would be notified if his oxygen levels dropped too low.

By Molly Voss In appreciation of nurses in the Neonatal Department, Children’s Hospital – Minneapolis in Minneapolis, Minnesota On August 20, 2014, two-and-a-half weeks after our beautiful baby girl Morgan was born, she became very sick with bacterial meningitis.