Your Preemie’s Special Language


  The womb is a warm, dark, and cozy home where the baby spends their days and nights curled up with arms and legs tucked in and flexed. Sounds of the mother’s heartbeat are rhythmic and soothing while the outside world sounds are muffled and muted. Boundaries are formed by the uterine walls and the […]

Parenting a Preemie: What you can do for your baby as they grow in the NICU


  When your baby is born prematurely, it’s difficult to know what your role is in caring for your tiny and often fragile infant. You may feel lost, uncertain, and afraid in this new and foreign world called the NICU. You may have a lot of questions: What can I do for my baby? What does […]

24 Weeks- The Story of Luke Jude

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  Written by Jade On a warm autumn’s morning, November 26, 2012 at 9:07 a.m, a team of doctors and nurses whisked a 1lb 6oz baby off to the NICU. Born sixteen weeks too soon with a long journey ahead, our perfect miracle – we named him Luke Jude. Life has a way of waking […]

A Letter from your Preemie


  Dear family and friends, I’m super excited that I have reached the point in my journey to finally say I’m coming home! I have overcome so many obstacles along the way and I am getting stronger and stronger every single day. Mommy and Daddy cannot thank you enough for the outpouring of support, understanding, […]

The Emotional Journey through the NICU- A Parent’s Perspective


  Written by Michael McMillion Prologue – I cannot stress enough how blessed we are. And we know that!! My goal here is not to complain. It is to share. Our triplets are doing so great. They have progressed ahead of schedule. We could not be more thrilled. But, it is important for me to […]