My favorite little bird

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      I am the proud mother of 2 sweet angels. One of which god called home. My first daughter Nevaeh was stillborn at 30 weeks. I was a 19 year old mom with nothing but love. At my 30 week appointment the doctor examined my urine and measured my belly. Something didn't add up when they were unable to find a heartbeat. A look of worry and dispare came across her face as she rushed out of the room. She came back and told me I needed an ultrasound BC there was potassium in my urine. I was taking back to the ultrasound room as my heart slowly ached with the confusion and panic that came through. The ultrasound showed that my first child was dead and I was dialated a cm. At the hospital that afternoon I gave birth to an angle. Said hello and goodbye.

     My story had just begun. 6 years 2 months later I go to the bathroom with what I thought were period symptoms. The next thing I know I'm at the hospital with a micro preemie. 1 lb 8 oz. I find out that I'm pregnant, that it is a girl, and that I'm a mom once again, all before noon.

     I named her Raven, she was born at 26 weeks and is currently 14 weeks old. This will be her 100th day in the nicu. Currently weighing 6 lb 5 oz.

    I an here to share my story and to seek comfort in the fact that being a single mom doesn't mean your alone.

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  • Welcome to share and thank you for sharing your story with us. I'm sorry to read of the passing of Nevaeh. I'm also sorry to read about your daughter Raven being born so early. It sounds like she's a fighter.

    Many of us here at Share have been where you are and are here to support you in your journey. We are here for you.

    Please keep us updated on how Raven is doing.

    Take care,


  • Welcome to Share.  I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your sweet Nevaeh.  (What a beautiful name).  Congrats on the arrival of your little Raven.   The NICU journey is quite the roller coaster ride.  She sound like quite the fighter.  I hope to hear more about Raven and how she is doing.  Please update us when you can.

    Many hugs