Nichols shares pregnancy experiences on The View
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
– When Heather Nichols delivered a healthy baby girl on April 17, the journey with husband Joe Nichols was not easy.
The couple had suffered five miscarriages prior to the birth of daughter Dylan River Nichols, and on Friday on The View, they share their story in an effort to help other women who may be experiencing similar challenges.
Nichols will also perform a song special to the couple, That Would Be Her. He sang it to Heather at their wedding, and Heather played the song throughout the lengthy and frequent treatments during her pregnancy. A line from the song inspired their daughter's middle name. The song can be found on Nichols' "Man With A Memory."
Heather Nichols has launched the More Than a Nichols Worth blog designed to share the information she accumulated during her research into treatments and her experiences throughout this pregnancy.
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