Hey there, I'm Meredith! I am a mom of two and my journey into motherhood is what led me here, owning and operating Oh Baby! At the young age of 14 I got pregnant with my son. It was something that I couldn't even begin to wrap my mind around, it just didn't seem real. I can still remember the impact that my ultrasounds had on me during that time. They helped me realize and process that I was in fact growing a baby - MY baby. They helped me bond with him before he was even born and that was absolutely priceless. He was my son and I was his Mama.
Fast-forward 10 years and now I was married to the absolute love of my life and man of my dreams. When we decided to grow our family we were met with challenges along the way and unfortunately lost two children. The heartache that this caused was unfathomable and left me with severe anxiety when I finally got pregnant with my daughter. There was this constant fear, wondering if she was still okay and if this was finally the pregnancy that would lead to me bringing home a healthy baby. My doctor's office would only allow so many ultrasounds, and I was desperate for that reassurance more often than they were willing to give it to me. Elective ultrasounds became my saving grace. The reassurance that my baby was ok became immeasurable.
So, Mama, if you are here with a surprise pregnancy and don't know what to think - I'm here for you. If you are here with crippling anxiety and need to cry until you see that fluttering heart on the screen - I'm here for you. If you're just excited and want to get a sneak peek - I'm here for you. Whatever the case may be, you are welcome here and I can't wait to show you your baby.
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If you have been to Oh Baby and unfortunately lose your baby after your visit, please reach out to me and I will make a donation to a children's charity in honor of your baby. I know this will not bring them back, but my hope is that you know they mattered and still made a difference in this world.