I Don’t Hate the Nurse Who Fell Asleep on My Son

Jordan Alec-Cruise Armstrong died February 9, 1999 at the age of 17 months. He was a vibrant baby boy with a bright future, even if his beginnings were incredibly difficult.

Jordan was born September 4th, 1997 with a rare condition called gastroschisis. In this, his liver and intestines were on the outside of his body and doctors presumed he would not make it. They also presumed…

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Certified Master Facilitator / Certified Diversity Executive / Award-winning leader in empowerment and equality.

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