Friday, August 17, 2012

Celebrating Strength! A NICU Grad Shoot: Baby Isabelle

Please enjoy this family's inspirational photos and consider supporting our mission to share hope with families who have a baby born prematurely or critically ill. In addition to giving NICU families the gift of photography, we also have an online support group, monthly group events and meetings, sew items for NICU families, provide information, prayer, and email support. Our mission is to connect parents and let them know they are not alone. We thank our supporters, volunteers, and donors for allowing us to touch the lives of NICU, preemie, and angel families.

A note from Isabelle's mom
I went into labor at 36 weeks gestation. We went to the hospital and were told we were in labor. Isabelle was taken to the NICU having difficulty breathing. She is on oxygen and is being feed with a tube.

Volunteer Photographer: 
Lindsey Louise - Bryan, Tx

A note from Lindsey
Isabelle, Erika, and Cody were such a sweet family to work with. Isabelle is now 2 weeks old and was born 4 weeks premature. When I met her, all I could think about was how tiny she was. But then I immediately was so grateful for her strength in life that she has already displayed. All premature babies are so incredibly strong in those teeny bodies. Sweet Isabelle was able to stay awake for our whole session! Every now and then she would look into the camera with the prettiest eyes. (It makes me wonder what they are thinking when they look at me with a camera to my face.) Cody and Erika love their little girl so very much. It is so easy to see in the way they hold her and talk to her. I loved being able to be a part of their journey with Isabelle. I hope that these photos will always remind them of how strong her spirit is and also how strong she has let them be! Enjoy these sweet photos!

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