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Jody Williams, a former foster mother to sick babies, got the idea for a line of clothes for infants with health problems when a hungry baby in her care yanked a feeding tube out of his nose. After staying up all night with the wailing Jarod, Williams sat down at a ...

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Williams is a mother of three and was a foster parent for more than nine years. During her foster-parenting days, Williams cared for more than 20 children, many of whom had special needs. Her company, Bundiebaby, will design and manufacture special-needs clothing ...

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Briefcase in hand, filled with floral-patterned clothes tailored to fit "medically fragile children," Jody Williams walked down the hall of the hospital to see her babies. Nurses in the neonatal intensive care unit stopped her to ask whom she was taking home today ...

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Infants and children can roam without detaching medical devices when wearing this cotton undergarment. It's safe for use with devices attached to the torso, including gastrostomy tubes, apnea monitor leads, bags ...

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Many were babies born prematurely, and they often needed feeding tubes. One child in particular kept pulling his feeding tube out of his nose until his nasal passages began to swell and bleed. Williams, who earned a bachelor's degree in ...

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Some of her babies were old enough to pull out their tubing. Their discomfort along with tubing reinsertion several times a day became tiresome and frustrating. After sleepless nights and worry for the health and safety of her foster babies, Williams began to look ...

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Jody refers to herself as "Aunty" and cares for Jamie with love and gentle attention. Because of Jamie's ling damage, he must remain on a machine that provides oxygen 24 hours a day and has a blood oxygen meter clipped onto his tiny index finger ...

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