From frightening into warm and fuzzy.

Crystal’s second pregnancy had its share of challenges. Uncontrollable high blood pressure, two seizures, an emergency c-section, and a three-pound baby boy born nearly two months early. Throughout her pregnancy, Crystal was grateful she had the knowledgeable and compassionate doctors and nurses from Hillcrest Hospital Claremore’s New Beginnings Birthing Center and the Peggy V. Helmerich Women’s Health Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), who stood by her side throughout it all. Crystal cannot thank the “angels in scrubs” enough for not only saving her life, but for starting her newborn on the path to becoming a happy, healthy little boy, nicknamed Fuzzy.