The baby is back, little baby Moses who can’t peepee. Of course, the catheter I put in yesterday came out. The mother brings it with her.
“She ha’ not go peepee two weeks.” The father seems to implore me with his answer to my question as to why they have come to the Cooper Hospital.
Gillian comes to the door early Saturday morning, “...I’ve been up all night, though, and am exhausted. There’s two c-sections to be done, can you do them?”
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