Sharon Foster, left, an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse midwife at Associates in Women’s Health, meets with Caitlin Coe and her 21-month-old daughter, Mackenzie. Coe is set to give birth to another daughter in a few weeks, and Foster delivered Mackenzie. The toddler goes with her mother to all of her doctor’s visits and likes to listen to the baby’s heartbeat and measure her mother’s belly. (May 27, 2014)
Sharon Foster, left, an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse midwife at Associates in Women’s Health, meets with Caitlin Coe and her 21-month-old daughter, Mackenzie. Coe is set to give birth to another daughter in a few weeks, and Foster delivered Mackenzie. The toddler goes with her mother to all of her doctor’s visits and likes to listen to the baby’s heartbeat and measure her mother’s belly. (May 27, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Sharon Foster, left, an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse midwife at Associates in Women’s Health, meets with Caitlin Coe and her 21-month-old daughter, Mackenzie. Coe is set to give birth to another daughter in a few weeks, and Foster delivered Mackenzie. The toddler goes with her mother to all of her doctor’s visits and likes to listen to the baby’s heartbeat and measure her mother’s belly. (May 27, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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