Trusting other people to care for your baby is hard. It’s ten times harder when the baby is in the NICU. Not only do you miss your baby, but you have the added worry about their health. While you want to be with your baby every hour of the day, often times it’s just not possible.
Of course, doctors and nurses are highly skilled, and it is their job to care for your baby when they are born premature or sick. However, that doesn’t make it any easier when you have to leave the hospital without your baby.
Today’s mother knows that struggle all too well. She shares her story of a premature birth, along with some great advice for other preemie parents.
Please meet Adelynn, as told by her mom, Sarah.