Yeah, I know. Sometimes though it is like the verse in Proverbs where "brothers are made for adversity", but overall they are still my family. Sticking together and loving each other always is the only way to get through some of the hardships of life. Of course the Lord is there too. Thanks for noticing, it's the Lord who gives me the strength to love my family. You do get though times when you just giggle and let a big sigh out and say, ‘Oh family, oh family, sometimes so hard but yet I love it.’
I can tell that you care very much about your family. I can tell because you noticed my comment and one of your interests is “hanging out with your family.” That is very awesome and I hope it will never die!
If you don’t mind me asking, what birth order are you?
Um...I thought I answered your question previously but it doesn't show up here so I'm wondering if I left a midwifery comment on someone else's page, which could be embarrassing...
Anyway, in answer to your question, I'm not a nurse-midwife, which is a master's degree. I'm an RN. I'm also a direct-entry midwife. Two separate entities. I don't currently practice midwifery because I'm afraid if I did that in a state where I was licensed as an RN, it could cause license problems. When I was working in midwifery, it was actually as a midwifery apprentice/assistant, not as a nurse. Though I do count it in my professional resume as experience, it's not actually nursing experience.