The Edmond Sun

Oklahoma State House

November 24, 2013

Mom: ‘Twister’ baby healthy, happy



Stephens said the group of women help sustain each other through the day-to-day emotions of dealing with a trauma.

“It’s getting easier, it’s getting better,” she said.

Though Taylor and the nurses express trepidation about the next tornado season, all anticipate a joyous celebration. With Braeden’s first birthday six months away, Taylor is already in planning mode. She’s hoping for a party that will reunite her with the nurses who selflessly protected her life and that of her unborn son.

“It will be more of a happy day because in a sense it’s a reunion and a celebration,” Taylor said. “Yeah, you’re going to have your sad thoughts and moments but I think it will be more of a happy celebration and day.”


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