Monica(Donzygirl)with her first little baby, she was running a fever of 104. She was five days overdue. For a week she went to the hospital begging them to do something. When they finally kept her and she had Gabe, he was lifeless and a very sick baby. The cord was wrapped around his neck five times and he had swallowed his bowel for days and his lungs were clasped and his blood count was off the charts-severe infection. After doing another test they found out he had blood on his brain. He went into newvborn icu for several weeks, was on life support and they kept telling us he wasn't going to live very long. Monica talked to him through the little windows in the bed thing he was in, because they wouldn't let her hold him and with a lot of prayer and faith, Gabe made it. He is a miracle. He is such a joy in our lives and we love him so much. We don't know why God allows things to happen, why couldn't Nevaeh be ok too, it is the unknown that becomes part of our sadness. Nothing can take away the emptiness or the longing for your little one. We miss her so much. I am so greatful for this support group and it has been a great help for Monica.
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