Preemie Parent Presents
If you’ve read, Preemie Parents, you’ll remember the gift icons throughout the book. You can find some of these gifts here.
The following Web sites provide information on the care and concerns associated with prematurity. These are Web sites developed by and for government, health, and advocacy organizations. The information is credible and provides a good starting point for online research.
Print out the following and post them where you can be reminded of their meaning as you move through your journey.
Money is on object
InPreemie Parents, 26 Ways to Grow with Your Premature Baby, I spend an entire chapter on money (“M – Money Is An Object”). It’s an often unspoken topic but your journey in the NICU is expensive – emotionally and financially. I’ve been an entrepreneur my entire life. After my consulting company crumbled shortly after the events of September 11th, I started a smarter business – one that I could build once and it would pay me forever. It’s because of this business that I was able to sit in the hospital with my twins for nearly two years being nothing but a mom, with no boss making demands on me. After getting my first bill from the hospital for nearly $80,000 at the end of 30 days, I felt tremendous gratitude that I discovered MA. Now I’m sharing it with everyone. Click here for more information.