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The Never-ending Emotional Rollercoaster

Today my son and I had the honor of being the ambassador family at our local March For Babies walk. For anyone that doesn’t know, March For Babies is an incredible fundraiser for March Of Dimes. 1,669 more words

Tip 122: plastic bag use at delivery

Placing the preterm or low birth-weight infant inside a plastic bag under a radiant heater at delivery, reduces the chance of hypothermia, without causing significant hyperthermia. 42 more words



I’ve been incredibly neglectful of this poor blog. I really do miss writing and I often think I should make a point to write more, athough I’m sure I’ve lost all the readers I once had. 827 more words


We made it!

Hello guys, so this post requires a bit of context. I was born during the 26th week of pregnancy, in other words I was very premature and very small and it is part of what caused my blindness. 199 more words


Meet this mummy

Here I will tell you about my life as a mummy so far, starting from pregnancy to my labour and life with a baby.

First of all here’s a little introduction to who I am, my name is Lauren and I am currently 20 years old. 84 more words


Why We March

Every year, an estimated 15 million babies around the world are born prematurely. Last year, I gave birth to one of them. A was born when I was 25 weeks and 4 days pregnant–3 and a half months early. 238 more words

Miracle Baby

Aku is a miracle baby. I was sitting my final meeting of the 4 day trip to Vietnam when I felt my phone buzzing, I checked. 841 more words