Visiting the international adoption medical specialist

2 thoughts on “Visiting the international adoption medical specialist”

  1. Having worked for the Texas Medical Center for over thirteen years and living in Houston for seventeen years, I do miss the Texas Medical Center and the 41 institutions that are there. I have been to the Texas Children’s Center several times and it is one of the best in the world. I was also privileged to see open heart surgery two times and that was outstanding. I also understand the construction there as it is ever ongoing, they just never get done as the needs are so great. You are right, the Texas Medical Center is a “city” itself, with Rice University right across the street. Just couldn’t resist sharing this with you.
    love again and always and forever
    Grandma

  2. Although we don’t know each other that well, you and I are two peas in a pod–I’m tiny, but when it comes to my boy, I’m a heavy-weight and no one messes with me (or him). Andy compares me to Leann Tuoy from the Blindside!

    Poor Kira–I’d be screaming bloody murder too. Maybe a toy dr’s kit should be on the baby list for next weekend. Hmmm…..I’ve made numerous trips to TX Children’s–my advice is use the valet–it’s a godsend!

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