My son was born at 30+6 back in May of 2015. I don’t know where we would be without those nurses. They saved us both, in my opinion. Thank you to every nurse who cares for the smallest and most precious of our babies. Today, because of them, my son is 1.5, happy, healthy, and thriving.
Teenage mutant ninja nurses shirt
After my first was born I went into emergency surgery for hemorrhaging and he turned blue because he had multiple holes in his lungs leaking air into his chest. I had two blood transfusions. Got out of surgery was waiting to finally meet and hold my baby and was told he needed to be flown to Denver and be in the NICU because they thought he would need surgery. I didn’t get to hold him before he left and I couldn’t fly with him. Dad went with him and I pushed my nurses as hard as I could to leave (poor ladies). My family drove me 8 hours to Denver I got to hold my son for the first time at 11 pm when he was 38 hours old. The nurses he had were awesome they not only took care of him but me too I couldn’t walk without a walker because I was in such bad shape. They made sure I slept made sure my baby was taken care of and we both got what we needed even though technically my son was their patient. I was so grateful. Also, he didn’t need surgery they just kept a good eye on him and his lungs healed up on their own and his oxygen numbers finally went up! The pic is when I finally got to hold him I cried I can’t imagine what some other women have gone through mine was hard enough!
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Teenage mutant ninja nurses. It was the hardest 6 weeks of my life. I was fortunate that my son had his own room and I basically moved into the hospital for the duration. There were many times in that 6 weeks that I was borderline losing it and the nurses always helped me through it. I’m forever grateful to every single nurse who helped my son and I get through the hardest time of our lives together. They were truly a blessing to my family. So precious and what a wonderful way to celebrate these amazing nurses!!! I love Ellie at the end, rocking her own “preemie” baby, while dressed as a nurse. One of our local hospitals in Victoria, BC Canada has a waiting list to sign up to be a volunteer baby cuddler. It’s a program where adults can sign up to cuddle babies when moms and dads aren’t able to be there and when nurses are too busy to just hug the wee ones. I love that there is a waiting list to do this (even if it means I probably won’t get to do it for a few years).