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post #21 of 50
Congratulations and good luck getting her home safe and soon!

post #22 of 50
Congrats! I'm glad your little one is doing well. Wishing you a speedy road to feeling good and for you and your babe to be together.
post #23 of 50
Congratulations! Take care of yourself and that precious little sweet pea!!

post #24 of 50
Congrats on your baby girl! I am sending lots of strength and healing energy your way.
post #25 of 50
wow. Congratulations. I'm glad to hear she is doing so well and that you're able to pump for her. I cant imagine how difficult this must all be with all of your other children as well. I'm glad she is ok.
Good luck and keep us posted as you can.
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post #27 of 50
Wow, I am glad to hear you both are doing okay now. How scared you must have been...
Congratulations to the birth of you little one. I will think of you!
post #28 of 50
Congratulations!!... You are in my thoughts.
post #29 of 50
Congrats! WOW....
post #30 of 50
Wow!! Congratulations!

How are you doing with all of this? I am sure you are overwhelmed.
post #31 of 50

Take care of yourself Mama. Congratulations.
post #32 of 50
Congratulations and welcome to the world, little Joey!
post #33 of 50
Oh my goodness! Congratulations!!! What a blessing to hear that she is doing so well!

post #34 of 50
Isn't that sweet that you're enjoying Kangaroo holding your little Joey! Did you name her before she arrived? Is it just a coincidence?

Congratulations on the new baby girl and we're so glad to hear you're doing well. How much longer until she gets to come home?
post #35 of 50
Congratulations on the new baby! Wow, she is doing good for such an early baby. My son was 6 weeks premature and didn't get off the CPAP for over a week. I hope she continues to do well!
post #36 of 50
Congrats mama~I'm so glad everything is going well. I hope you will have her home with you soon.
post #37 of 50
Many, many hugs on your long NICU journey. That is fantastic that she is breathing on her own though, what a relief! That pumping schedule plus the commute is killer though--I hope your relatives & friends are stepping up with help!! Is there a ronald mcdonald house you can stay at near the hospital, maybe?? There was a mom of a 24 (!!) week preemie when we were in the NICU, and she also had 3 older kids and a 4 hour commute. She actually rented an apartment near the hospital and only saw her older kids on weekends I saw how difficult it was for the whole family and felt like our 17 days in the NICU were an eternity. I can't imagine staying so long. Please let us know if you need anything!!!
post #38 of 50
Congratulations! Hopefully she'll be home with you soon
post #39 of 50
It is hard to believe that we are starting to have our babies...Congrats 5x. I just got done providing meals for a neighbor that had a 30 weeker. Our neighbor ladies took turns bringing suppers. Hope you will be getting some help with the bigger kids. I know the older and stronger baby grew the more our neighbor needed to be with baby to nurse. Blessings to your whole family.
post #40 of 50
Oh WOW! Congratulations on little Josephine ( we have a weiner dog named Josephine that we call Joey) . I obviously love the name and will send healing vibes your way.

She sounds like she is going great. Make sure you take good care of yourself
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