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17 Wks premature!-The Early Arrival of Niamh Annabelle


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#76 Titania

Posted 16 May 2008 - 11:26 AM

That is just wonderful news. How exciting for you all. original.gif!! My DS was in NICU only for 12 days (not premmie), and that was hard enough - it was so wonderful to go home - you must be soooo looking forward to it.

She is such a little trooper - hope her eye test is all absolutely fine. original.gif
I've got to stop crying every time I read her blog! lol

#77 idunno

Posted 16 May 2008 - 06:34 PM

Wow biggrin.gif  Congrats!!!

I'm a bit of a lurker on the blog too but just last week I discovered that my MIL works with your husband - It's a small world in Adelaide!!  I saw on MILs bench Niamh's name written on some paper (so she could find the blog too) and went 'OMG! I know that baby' (kinda laughing2.gif).

I  wub.gif the photo from Day 99! wub.gif  wub.gif  wub.gif

#78 alr82

Posted 22 May 2008 - 09:44 PM

Wow wub.gif  I'm so happy that your gorgeous Niamh is now at home where she belongs.

I am so amazed at how far she has come, and just how well she is doing.

What a precious miracle she is wub.gif  Once again thank you so much for sharing what you have all been through, I have enjoyed reading your blog, and of course seeing all the beautiful photos  original.gif




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