Wednesday, August 14, 2013

LIttle Camryn's NICU Grad Shoot

Please enjoy our inspirational photos and consider supporting our mission to share hope with families who have a baby born prematurely or critically ill. Our programs include an online support group, the gift of photography, group events and meetings, information, 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. 

We pray these special memories will help the parents to remember how strong they were in overcoming a crisis situation.

A note from Mom:
"Our NICU journey was brief, which was amazing to our NICU doctors and our pediatrician. I struggled with preterm labor with this pregnancy receiving progesterone injections weekly, steroids, month-long meds and modified bed rest. Even with all of those measures Camryn insisted on arriving at 35 weeks at whopping 5lbs. She was taken directly to the NICU, as it was the hospital's policy. She required use of the heater and oxygen in the isolette, as well as antibiotics and bili-light treatments. She was a fighter from the beginning, though, nursing like a champ and discharged from the NICU at 4 days old."

Volunteer Photographer:
Lindsey Shelburne - College Station

A note from Lindsey:
"Camryn and her family were a joy to work with! Camryn has two older sisters that I know will keep her busy. They love her with their whole hearts and are so glad to have her. Camryn is a little doll. She is a very happy baby and loves to smile at her sisters. I couldn't imagine them any other way!"

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