There’s a beautiful term for a baby born following a miscarriage — a rainbow baby. It’s a reference grateful mom Danon Ditto uses often in recounting her experience at Baptist Health, where she delivered her rainbow baby in 2020.
“As with any new baby, emotions were high, but our biggest emotion was full of gratitude for the team of doctors and nurses that brought our sweet baby boy into this world,” said Danon, who gave birth via C-Section following a long labor.
It was a difficult delivery, and Danon is thankful her OBGYN, Dr. Sarah Borders, was there to help her every step of the way.
“When I think of a person I am grateful for, she is at the top of the list! She helped us through our miscarriage, navigating getting pregnant again, delivering our rainbow baby, and is about to deliver our baby girl,” said Danon — who by now is a proud mom of two.
Dr. Borders has been a reliable, patient and reassuring “calm in the chaos,” according to Danon. “She was encouraging when I was heartbroken. She was helpful when I was confused,” she said. “Our experience at Baptist Health has been top notch, and we would highly recommend it to anyone. Our hearts are full of gratitude for all the doctors and nurses that we have encountered during our time at Baptist Health.”
Our hearts are full of gratitude for all the doctors and nurses that we have encountered during out time at Baptist Health.