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    Default Just popping in here...

    With a little montage that I made.

    My number 3 bub was born four months ago at 31+5 weeks and 1390g. He was intubated, on cpap, had og and ng tubes, was hospitalised for 8weeks and I was 3 hours away from my other 2 children and my gorgeous husband and farm during harvest (one of the busiest times of our year)

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    Since I made this, Clancy is now 4kg, he smiles, coos, breastfeeds like a champ and is all in all perfection.

    I hope anyone that is reading this section and being faced with the trauma that is a prem bub finds some comfort in knowing that they aren't alone.
    Last edited by misskittyfantastico; 25-02-2012 at 23:44. Reason: Making the link work!

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    jUST WATCHED IT, AND IT'S GORGEOUS. Congrats to you, enjoy. Bub is just thriving!

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    Just watched it again, makes me cry every time (I do cry easily at the mo, though). Reminds me of 7m ago ~ our guy was born at 34+5, 1759g. In hosp for 4w. We made it through, good on us. Thank god I was only ten mins away from hospital. I don't know how you did it, being so far away and with other kids, farm harvest, etc. You are amazing.

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    Oh, big thanks to you xxx It makes me cry when I watch it too!
    I'm so, so glad to hear that your bub is home and doing so well - I think all prem bubs and their folks are really incredible because the journey is never, ever easy. I know I still see it as a bit of an out of body experience.

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