Surprises Surprises

You know when my wife started to have nausea and vomiting you would think that two medical students would be able to figure it out, lol. But I guess when you are the patient you don’t think as clearly. So yeah, I will be celebrating Fathers Day this year :-).

7 Responses to Surprises Surprises

  1. Shelley says:

    Don’t feel badly – your mother thought she had some sort of tumor and might possibly die.
    It was……………um…………………just you!

  2. hi says:

    Congrats! I’ve been reading your blog since SDN. Good luck!

  3. Amber says:

    So I have been a secret reader of your blog for a few years now. Its so amazing and inspiring to keep up with your journey. God bless you and your wife on the new little one! Thats very exciting!

  4. hi says:

    How far along is your wife and when is the baby due? Good luck!

  5. Jennifer says:


    Is your wife still going to med school or is she taking a leave for a semester or year? I would like to know because I am in the midst of applying to med school and I think a lot about family planning and med school.

    • DoctaJay says:

      Hi! My wife and I thought long and hard about it, and most importantly we prayed for guidance from God. In the end we decided that my wife wouldn’t enter the match this year and instead she would stay home with our first baby for the first year. For her it wasn’t a terribly hard decision because she knew that her primary responsibility on this earth is to raise our child up in the likeness of God and help her to have a relationship with Him. For a girl who puts career before child that is something they will.have to weigh…the costs vs. the benefits. For us our kid came first and we really didn’t want a nanny raising our kid during the first year of her life.

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