Lilypie Angel and Memorial tickers

Lilypie Angel and Memorial tickers

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

January 2015

We had a straight forward pregnancy even though we were under consultant care and classed as high risk. it was a mixture of emotions throughout the pregnancy. there was times where our rainbow had reduced movements and had to be monitored more. Our rainbow was too impatient and was born 4 weeks early, We had a beautiful little girl who arrived in to this world on 28th January at 20:03 weighing 6lb 130z, we named her Alicia Jasmine Smith. Alicia had to be taken to the special care baby unit 2 hours after she was born as she was having problems breathing and needed some help, she spent 7 days on there before being allowed on the ward with me. She then lost a lot of weight and had problems establishing her feeding and had jaundice. we got out of hospital and eventually came home 6th February 2015. She is now doing really well, she has been to kingsthorpe crematory and met her big brother, we tell her about him every day and know that he is watching over us. Angelo we will never forget you, we love you so much, Love Mummy, Daddy and your little sister Alicia Jasmine. x x x

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