28 Weeks

[image]Jedidiah

Jedidiah

After years of trying for a baby, I finally conceived and the excitement was almost palpable but alas it was short-lived. After a period of bleeding in the first trimester, my waters broke at exactly 22 weeks

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[image]Jaxson

Jaxson

Jaxson is my nephew and our family’s miracle baby. Born at just 28 weeks he weighed just 2lb 10oz. He was born on July 15 at Seminole County Hospital, he was the first baby born there in years because it is just an Indian clinic and they do not deliver babies there.

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[image]Jack and Harry

Jack and Harry

The last 2 1/2 yrs. has been an amazing journey for both myself and my Husband Darren. On the 12th of March 2010 we had a little boy born at 24 weeks it was a very stressful time, we spent 133 days at Westmead Hospital but we have a very healthy little boy.

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[image]Kaleb

Kaleb

I am a very blessed mum to 4 children about to have my 5th. I have had in total 3 premature babies my youngest Kaleb being my most earliest born on the 15th December 2010 at Waikato Hospital in Hamilton with a horrible pregnancy from 20 weeks

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[image]Matthew

Matthew

My son Matthew was born by emergency Caesarean at 28 weeks and 1 day. Only people who have been through the experience would know and understand the agonising wait of what happens and what is to come down the track.

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[image]Sophie

Sophie

After years of trying and IVF I was delighted to fall pregnant with Sophie, but waking up one morning at just over 27 weeks I knew something was wrong. Scans showed that I was going into early labour, but we didn't know why.

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Madeline

After beating cancer as a teenager, Becca travelled the world before she and her husband had a baby... in very dramatic circumstances.

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[image]Angus

Angus

Even before my husband and I were married, we knew we wanted kids straight away. After a few months of trying I was pregnant. I was worried about miscarriage and remember talking with my GP about the statistics and saying ‘1 in every 4 pregnancies is lost’ His reply was ‘but 3 in every 4 survive’

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[image]Saxon

Saxon

After having Angus at 28 weeks and 2 days in 2006 due to severe IUGR, it took years for me to get pregnant again. After several miscarriages and a loss at 19 weeks, (my baby angel Hamish) I conceived once again. My high risk OB held my hand the whole way.

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