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This is the front of the onesie that I'm decorating for my preemie's first birthday. I bought a package of three white onesies in my son's size and a 4 fl oz tube of Tulip Slick, deep red dimensional fabric paint from Walmart. I practiced what I wanted to write on a piece of white construction, then wrote it on the shirt, and carefully laid it flat to dry. I'll post a pic of the back when I'm done w/ it.
Epic Proportions customized preemie shirt
Epic Proportions customized preemie shirt *THIS IS AVAILABLE IN LARGER SIZES BY REQUEST* *If you need this to say, "twin", "micro", or need other customizing done, please message me with details. *Other shirt/sweatshirt styles are available with this print if you do not want it in this style. Message me with your requests. #preemie #preemies #nicu #awareness #preemiemom #preemiedad #twins #baby #preemiemomshirt #preemiedadshirt #premature #prematurity
Practical Advice for Current NICU Families & Parents of Preemies Day - Hand to Hold
In February, we asked our followers: “What advice would you give to a parent/family currently in the NICU? What words of hope and encouragement would you share? What is something you wish someone had told you during your NICU stay?” Here’s what they said… (click on the image to see it larger) We took these …
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, it isn't for the faint of heart. It's a beautiful, miraculous, selective club that you never wish to be a member of. I remember the first time my husband wheeled my chair to the NICU. My heart felt like it was about to pump right out of my chest. I didn't know what to expect. He pushed the button outside the door. They asked who we were there to see and as they buzzed us in the double doors opened. There was incubator after incubator filled with tiny babies ...
7 Things I Wish People Knew About Prematurity - Kathryn Whitaker
Pregnancy is supposed to be easy, but sometimes your baby girl or baby boy ends up in the neonatal intensive care unit. Some friends and family think they understand what you’re going through, but here’s 7 things I wish people knew about prematurity, its effects on a family and how to help someone in the NICU.