Jacob's Journal - A Window Into the NICU: Evidence of Hope
Kristine Repino, 2006 - 37 pages
How Do I Still Be A Mom? You prepared for the expected. What about the unexpected events that lead you directly to the confines of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit? As you begin your new role, you can feel more like a visitor than a mom as the (temporary) circumstances dicate the part you will play in your new baby's life. This book validates a mother's anguish of leaving the hospital without her baby while helping her to embrace the unique experience of parenting a preemie.
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