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“When he came into the room he said, ‘How are you?’ I hugged him and said, ‘I’m so scared.’ I was not ready and my babies certainly weren’t either.”
“It’s been a month since my son Wesley was born. It also marks one month since one of the worst days of my life.”
“It was the best of the best NICU team, from the security guards at the front desk, to the janitorial staff, to the nurses and neonatologists.”
“His first opinion was to terminate baby B to give baby A a better chance. He was so flippant and casual with the idea of ending her life; I’m not sure I heard anything else he said. We immediately let him know we would not be choosing one baby over the other, and we needed to hear the other options.”
“I was terrified the entire pregnancy we would lose her just like we lost Jasmine.”
“We sat outside on a cement bench for what felt like another hour before making the impossible decision to go home. Home without our first child, our sweet baby boy. Home with only a plastic bag representing our time with him.”
“‘I’m sorry, I’m not detecting a heartbeat.’ What followed is a blur. I recall Reece shouting NO repeatedly, but I stayed silent. The world seemed to stop, and I felt like I was watching myself on a TV screen.”