saifsnicujourney

A story of premature birth and the NICU roller coaster

About

I am starting this blog to raise awareness about premature birth and it’s complications. My son Saif was born at 25 weeks and 5 days gestation. We never expected this to happen to us. We learned a lot through our NICU experience and we want to share it. I hope to connect with other people who have similar experiences or maybe who are currently going through this and need to connect with parents who have been on the nicu roller coaster . I’m not sure how this blog will evolve but I’m excited to share my sons story and our experiences. Thank you in advance for reading my blog.

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9 responses to “About

  1. mmmarzipan says:

    Hi! As you know, I have been following your blog only a short while now, but clearly Saif’s story has made a big impact on me. I think that what you’re doing to raise awareness of the NICU journey and prematurity is very important and that you are facing challenges bravely and honestly. So for this reason I have nominated you for a Very Inspiring Blogger Award (see http://missmarzipan.com/2012/11/16/very-inspiring-blogger-award-aka-happy-dancing-on-the-inside/). I truly wish you all the best! xx

  2. mmmarzipan says:

    Hi again! Just stopping by to say I really enjoyed following you (it’s been inspirational) in 2012 and have nominated you for a Blog of the Year Award. If you’re interested in accepting, pop by http://missmarzipan.com/2012/12/31/100th-post-today-with-belated-yet-grateful-responses-to-18-award-nominations/ for more details. If not, no worries – I gave your blog a nice shout-out in any case… and I wish you a blessed 2013!

    • saifsmom2012 says:

      Thank you so much. How have you been doing? I am grateful for the nomination but I don’t have enough people on my list to nominate.

      • mmmarzipan says:

        No worries at all! I just want to give your blog as many shout-outs as possible 🙂 I hope you are doing well! Things are going well here… back to the hospital next week for an appointment with the high risk specialist, so hoping for good news 🙂 Sending my best to you

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