Messages to loved ones in 2011


We invite you to submit details of your loved one(s) who were with you every step of the way throughout your journey after giving birth to a premature baby. Whether it was your parents, grandparents, aunt, uncle, sister, brother or great friends.

 

Parent(s) first name(s): Samantha
Premmie baby’s name(s): Chase Zachariah & Riley Paul
Premmie baby’s gestation(s): 31 weeks 6 days
Hospital where born: Kemh
Length of stay: 3 weeks
Premmie baby’s birth year(s) 17/3/2011
Name(s) of loved one(s): Carol
Relationship to family: Mother
Thing you remember most about their support: Every waking moment you were there
throught the ups and down and all the happy times. =D

Parents special message of thanks:

Every waking minute,
My mum was their for me,
Every tear she wiped away,
Every hug that made me stonger,
Every convincing word she spoke telling me i could do it,
Always made me thrive,
And when she told me she was proud of me that meant the most,
Without having a partner i felt a bit lost but with her support i knew a partner could never compare and my mum will always love me uncontionally x

Parent(s) first name(s): Kelli , Kojak
Premmie baby’s name(s): Jesse Levi
Premmie baby’s gestation(s): 36 weeks
Hospital where born: Tamworth
Length of stay: 3 weeks
Premmie baby’s birth year(s) 19/06/2011
Name(s) of loved one(s): All the staff at tamworth & Westmead PICU & NETS transport
Relationship to child/ren: –
Thing you remember most about their support: The kindness and hope they provided

Parents special message of thanks: Jesse was a very sick baby. He had pneumonia, bronchiolitis and a partially collpased lung and a few times we thought he was close to going to heaven.

Because of the care he recieved on the ground and in the air he is now happy and healthy and we cant thank you all enough. xxx

Parent(s) first name(s): Mohammad and Nusrat
Premmie baby’s name(s): Ridwan
Premmie baby’s gestation(s): 29wks and 6 days
Hospital where born: Royal North Shore Hospital
Length of stay: 8 weeks
Premmie baby’s birth year(s) 2011
Name(s) of loved one(s):
Relationship to child/ren: –
Thing you remember most about the support: I loved the staff and their support. In particular, the Neonatologist was very understanding, who pressed my local hospital (Liverpool) to give our son top priority in getting a transfer since RNSH was almot 1.5 hours away from home. At Liverpool, the staff were great, in particular some of the nurses were so understanding that they allowed for our baby to change into a huge suit for our EID celebrations, at the end of Ramadan. That was sensational, we have to say.

Parents special message of thanks: Special thanks goes to Dr John Levison of Liverpool Hospital who was very understanding and caring of our son. When our son deteriorated a little during his hospital stay, he explained very clearly why and how he would be helped along the way.

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