Aaron Chapman, BSN, RN

Aaron is a currently practicing PACU nurse and nurse writer who has served in a variety of units since 2016. His recent experience in nursery allows him to provide quality content for all visitors of Wonderbaby’s website.


He graduated with his Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Eastern Kentucky University in 2016. He has prior experience in ICU, nursery, geriatrics, and telemetry nursing. He is especially interested in researching critical care nursing topics for patients of all ages. In his spare time, he enjoys newly wedded life with his wife and 3 cats between shifts at a local surgery center.

Aaron Chapman, BSN, RN
Frightened kid in spectacles looking from under table desk.

Eye Conditions and Syndromes, Visual Impairment

Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis (LCA): Early Diagnosis and Intervention Strategies

Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis is a genetic disease passed from parents to children that disrupts the development of the retina of the eye. This can lead to vision loss and even...

An ophthalmologist examines a boy who complains of burning and pain in his eyes.

Eye Conditions and Syndromes, Visual Impairment

Congenital Glaucoma: Early Signs, Diagnosis, and Treatment Options for Young Children

Congenital glaucoma is a disease where the pressure inside your baby’s eye is too high. This can damage the optic nerve and can even make your child go blind.

Little latin boy reaching a toxic cleaning product.

Health & Nutrition

Preventing Accidental Poisoning: How To Keep Your Kids Safe From Harm

Kids can inadvertently get into materials that can be poisonous to them. Knowing what is poisonous and how to store it properly will help prevent harm.

Newborn baby with open mouth is in arms of his mother and looks up.

Autism, Development

My Baby’s Mouth Is Always Open. Is It an Autism Indicator?

If your baby’s mouth is always open, you might be concerned about a link to autism. However, there are many other reasons for a babies mouth to be open.

Breast milk frozen in plastic storage bags for baby.


Can You Refreeze Breast Milk?

You’ve probably heard that you can’t refreeze thawed breastmilk. However. there are conditions under which it is safe to refreeze milk.

Manual breast pump with milk, mother and baby at background.


Bubbles in Breast Milk: Should I Be Concerned?

Bubbles in breast milk can form as a result of how it’s handled, the letdown reflex, how it’s stored, soap residue, or malfunctions with your breast pump.