It's a lovely article, but I think most of the mamas here know about kangaroo care already, in a been there, done/doing that, kind of way. I don't mean to be harsh, but in real life, many (if not all) of us hear about kangaroo care a lot - the first thing most people ask when they find out you have a preemie is whether you've heard of it.
One of the hard things about having a preemie is that we believe, when we're pregnant, that if we can just hold our babies in our arms and feed them at our breasts, we can make everything alright. For ordinary babies, this is true. For preemies, it isn't (at least not right away). So as much as I love kangaroo care, and believe that it was good for my daughter and is good for other preemies, I am very, very cautious about the way I talk about, and about the things I say when other people bring it up. It's a good thing. It's the way we have to love and help our children while they are so fragile. It is not a miracle. It is not enough, alone, to heal us or our babies.