Hi I had my little miracle Kristina on the 4/6/19. She was 3 months early, her due date wasn't till 25th of august. I was 28-3 days when I got a c section. I went for my scan at 28-2 day's and they told me I had to go to wishaw that day. I was so scared I didn't know what to expect. They just told me at my scan that my little girl stopped growing, she wasn't getting enough fluids, so they told me it would be best to get her out, there would be a better chance of surviving outside the womb. I went into hospital that day, was placed on a machine so the nurses could hear Kristina's little heartbeat. I kept the last scan I had in the hospital with me. I just wanted to hold my baby and love her with everything I had. The next morning came, I was waiting to get taken into have my c section. I was given a jag to numb me from my waist down to my feet, I couldn't feel anything. I knew this is time now I'm going to meet my babie earlier than I should have, a lot earlier. There was 15 to 20 nurses in the room when they were delivering Kristina, all I could feel was nurses pulling me from the inside of me it feel they were tighten my stomach, but eventually my little miracle Kristina was born. She wasn't crying when she came out, so I asked why is she not crying, the nurse said don't be alarmed but I was so terrified. Then I heard her crying I thought thank God she's crying.
I didn't get to hold her after she was born, she was put a incubator then taken to the NICU. It was honestly really a hard journey for Me and m. babies dad and my family at the time. Kristina stayed in wishaw for 3 months in NICU. She was really sick when she was born, she was the smallest babie in NICU and the only babie that left without any oxygen. She is a real true miracle, but I took everyday as a blessing waking up and seeing Kristina lying there that made my whole day, just getting to speak to her and cuddle and kiss her it was the best feeling in the world. We also had to go to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital 3 times because when Kristina was just first born she had major problems with her wee belly, they thought it was going to blow up, so we had to go to Glasgow for Kristina to get scans done and stuff to find out what was wrong. I just loved seeing her face morning and nights, she is a truly a dream come true she's my best friend for life and she is here now to have a good life to explore the world. She will be a big 2 next month on the 4/6/19. I'm so blessed to share this story with yous, sorry it's not that long. Kristina was also feeding out a tube for months and month's they sometimes had to stopped giving her milk because of her stomach blowing up, then she was starving looking for food but she's so better now. All she wants to do is run about wild Kristina has an older sister at 7 just now, so they've got each other. Wish everyone the best of luck and hope all babies in NICU are doing well thanks xDanielle