21 Apr 2022 | 2 min Read
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A nurse’s profession is an unusual and underrated one. It is precisely these people who comfort those in pain, make the patients laugh and serve their duties even in the face of the toughest situations or heart-breaking incidents.
Katie Lancer, a photographer who captures portraits of such nurses who are involved in childbirths specifically, shares them on her Facebook page. These photos show us that nurses are daring, determined and angels that respond to and relieve people’s pain. You also like these pictures, come see. Take a look!
A light massage goes a long way in relieving pain when you’re about to go into labour – and that’s exactly what the nurse is doing.
Helping a woman give birth to a baby is an activity that will automatically create a bond between the nurse and the baby. 🙂
When momma’s had enough of the pain and the pushing, the nurse handles the newly born to make sure s/he’s safe and warm.
The feeling after you have had an intense day at work, and just want to lie down for a bit. Labour takes a toll on the doctors and nurses too..
“Just a little more, just a few more moments..”
As a nurse, you’ll have to do all the jobs that are required of you.
The undeniable joy of holding a newborn munchkin is the best! Look at the joy on her face! 🙂
This might just be one of the perks of being a nurse; getting to meet new babies everyday. 😉
Yep, nurses do everything that their patients need. Even if they have to take you to the loo, sit you down, and hold your hand.
If you’ve had a nurse like this helping you out, pray a silent ‘Thank You’ to them; They are, after all, angels too. Share these beautiful photos with other moms!
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