I didn't know much about being a mom or how I would even do it. I had many nurses come and go. Kinya was the best. I have a traumatic brain injury and all the nurses knew that. It's hard for me to do a lot of things and Kinya sat down beside me and told me about herself. She told me that I was doing a great job and not to worry. She helped me breast-feed and taught me how to do everything. She was very patient with me and took her time to help me. She was so sweet to me and my baby girl. She made sure that I understood everything and was very nice. She talked to me and made me feel inspired to be a better person and better mom. She is comforting and goes out of her way to make sure me and my baby were ok.