Here’s how it all got started:
BET YOU DIDN’T PLAN TO COME HERE AND LEARN FACTS DID YOU.
We’re just full of surprises and awesome.
And here are two pretty cool ones we learned when we helped the Wyoming Department of Health’s Health, Maternal and Child Health Division develop a video in cooperation with the March of Dimes:
- Due dates aren’t an exact science; in fact, some due dates can be off by as much as two weeks.
- In the last six weeks of pregnancy, a baby’s brain develops some its most important connections for balance, learning and social function.
Why are these facts so important? They were key points in the video we made, starring two local doctors from Cheyenne Women’s Clinic and discussing the importance of allowing a healthy pregnancy to develop to 39 weeks or beyond.
…and here’s what we did:
Following a predefined script, we assisted with storyboard development, video production and video post-production. (Locals may recognize Dr. Jeff Storey and Dr. Kristy Van Kirk weighing in with their expert opinions, as well as offering up some great suggestions for questions that expectant mamas can ask their doctors if an early delivery/C-section is suggested.)