Hello everyone!! Well I've been a mommy to a premie going on 2 years now it doesnt sound like long but unless you know the struggles it feels like 10 years! My son was born March 9th weighing 1pd 11oz and with a grade 3 brain bleed! He was at CHOC hospital for 4 months! The 4 longest hardest and emotional months ever! Being in the NICU is an experience like no other and now he is almost going to turn 2 and a very happy child. He cant walk on his own yet he does stand he is behind on speech but slowly catching up. He was recently diagnosed with mixed cerebral palsy and to hear that was very hard. I've struggled but what is more painful is to see my son struggle to catch up with his cousins or the kids around him. To take him to so many doctors and to see him cry during his physical therapy even though you know it's all for the best you still can't help but want to take that pain ans suffering away! We have been through so much in a short amount of time but I keep my head up and keep fighting with my little fighter! If anyone out there in this situation can relate I would love to chat and get advice!
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