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Old 09-12-2011, 08:32 AM   #891 (permalink)
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Mine had recently started walking too. She's a blast these days. Can't wait to get her on a little board. Maybe next winter.
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:34 AM   #892 (permalink)
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Mine had recently started walking too. She's a blast these days. Can't wait to get her on a little board. Maybe next winter.
Sweet! I didn't realize that's your daughter in those FB pics haha. How old? Must be around 1 like mine. They can learn together!!!
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Sweet! I didn't realize that's your daughter in those FB pics haha. How old? Must be around 1 like mine. They can learn together!!!
Yezzir! She's a year and 9 months but she started walking late because she was nearly 3 months premie. She was like 2 pounds when she was born. Crazy.

Her mom and I aren't together, we split 50/50 so that's why I can't do group meetups with you guys on the weekends I have her.

Dylan and Bella will be hitting kickers before we know it. haha
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Old 09-12-2011, 08:46 AM   #894 (permalink)
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Glad she's healthy now!

Dylan had complications as well. He was in the NICU with pneumothorax then the nurse made a near fatal mistake on him by overdosing him on dextrose which is basically sugar. He's completely healthy now other than his eczema (I have sensitive skin too so probably from me).

You truly don't understand unconditional love until you have kids.

About them learning kickers... they'll for sure be better than we ever were lol. That's unless they end up liking skiing more haha. I'll try everything in my power to prevent that though
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I had no idea about the NICU with you guys. How the heck did you guys catch and help him when the nurse screwed up his meds?


psh, no way.

If she ever asks "Daddy, why are those people riding on two sticks?"

I'll respond 'Because they're not cool enough to be able to do it on one'
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Id be in for the 17th
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Old 09-12-2011, 09:59 AM   #897 (permalink)
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I forgot the exact names of the rooms, but he was one level down (down the hall) from the NICU. He was moved to NICU the next morning and a group with Nurse managers and NICU doctors came in our room to let us know what happened. Well, whatever they knew at that moment.

Nurse manager was actually very nice and thorough and followed up with me and gave me the whole truthful story. The nurse mistakenly gave Dylan 130mL of Dextrose when the order called for 13.0. The max allowed for newborns is 17 if I remember correctly. Especially important considering every other baby in that room was a premie. Good thing Dylan was a big 8lb 11oz. I kept telling the manager that the nurse is very lucky she didn't make this mistake on a premie as I'm sure Dylan's weight had a lot to do with his surviving that overdose for an hour.

Also equally lucky is that this happened right before a shift change so it was the next nurse that caught it because they have to do a round of checks when they come into shift.

The other mistake that happened was on the hospital stocking side. That IV machine was not supposed to be in the nursery floor of the hospital. Nursery equipment have special limiters on them so mistakes like these don't occur. The machine that Dylan was on was an adult machine. It's the same exact machines without the limiter chip (program?) in them.

What blows my mind is that nothing will be done about any of this. No correctional action because Dylan in the end was not permanently harmed. I can't do anything about this either legally so this is one of the reasons why I happily tell the story when the opportunity arises.

St. John Moross Hospital.

Crazy part? My wife was a nurse there at the time. There's actually more to this story about mistakes they made during her pregnancy and birth. We'll have to save that long chat for a beer in the Crystal Mt. or Holly lodge
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Looks like we have more Michigan riders in this forum. Workman and Johnnymac. They need to start posting in here. It would be sweet if all of us could get a trip together at Crystal next season. That place is so much fun when you have a group. More eyes for spotting things to do and motivation!

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Hey guys hows it going,
I'm pretty new to these forums so I'll introduce myself a bit, I'm 22, born n raised in Big Rapids (small town most of you probably arent familiar with it) I now am going to school and working in Muskegon. I've been riding since about 8th grade all around the state
(mainly go to Crystal mtn, Shanty Creek, and Caberfae). I've been all freeride my whole life, this year I plan on starting freestyle and starting it hard, I just got my 1st NS board (2012 evo) and I'm ready to use it! lol

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Hey guys hows it going,
I'm pretty new to these forums so I'll introduce myself a bit, I'm 22, born n raised in Big Rapids (small town most of you probably arent familiar with it) I now am going to school and working in Muskegon. I've been riding since about 8th grade all around the state
(mainly go to Crystal mtn, Shanty Creek, and Caberfae). I've been all freeride my whole life, this year I plan on starting freestyle and starting it hard, I just got my 1st NS board (2012 evo) and I'm ready to use it! lol
Welcome to the group. Most of my pharmacy buddies did a spell in Big Rapids at Ferris. This will be my first season on a NS too, I'm crazy excited to try her out.

What do you like best, Crystal or Cab? I saw that Caberfae widened the Smiling Irishman run by 3x this summer. Can't wait to check it out.
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Well, I like Crystal much more than Caberfae but the 9 dollar college nights suck me into going to Caberfae ALOT more than Crystal lol, thats sweet to here Caberfae working on Irishman, very fun run down to the quad. You know if they are gonna put in a better park this year?
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