Sara Moreland Death – Obituary – Dead – Cause of Death News ; Alabama
This is a developing story that Sara Moreland of Alabama may have passed away, according to some statement posted on social media on September 23. 2021.
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With Lennox being my last kid- and me being a nervous wreck about who I would get as my nurses at DRMC- I will forever be grateful for the nurses I did get. They made my experience so wonderful and honestly fun. We joked around the whole time and they listened to the constant jokes between me and Sara Moreland Hester with no judgements. I loved my night shift nurses and day time nurses. I know I was a handful.Anyone going into labor there- be sure to tell your nurses thank you any chance you get. They don’t hear it enough.
I’ll never forget the faces of the nurses who followed me into the bathroom after delivering each baby. That moment when I was so vulnerable, so tired, scared, shaky. My swollen belly deflating, and my modesty long gone. They treated me with such kindness and dignity. For me, these have been moments of empowerment and confirmation that I have a real village to help me, even if just for that little bit of time in a bathroom, on a toilet, while a kind nurse shows me how to put an ice pad on my mesh undies. This photo by my friend MommaKT Shoots just takes me right back. Like, I can smell the Dermaplast. Let’s hear it for the nurses and the doulas and anyone else who shows us how to make ice pad underwear (or helps with that first shower post c-section!)