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What a perfect and well written synopsis of what had to have been the most difficult experience of your life.

I'm so glad that she's a fighter and made it and is thriving.

One of my dearest friends had her baby at 25 or 26 weeks. It was terrifying. But, that baby is now 8 years old and fully functional and perfect in every way. She doesn't seem to have any long term or lasting cognitive issues at all. I hope the same for you.

I'm glad I found your blog through SITS, i like your writing style a lot.


My first son was born at 34 weeks and he frightened me because he was so tiny and on oxygen. But, as you say, 34 weeks must have seemed like full-term when compared to your little girl! Hope she is well now.


I'm here via SITS. I'm an adult preemie, and love to read about preemie parenting. I can understand that you're still affected by your daughter's premature birth. It is a scary experience for the mother. You are however a very great mom I can tell from this blog.

Teresha@ Marlie and Me

I can tell from reading the birth story that you are a woman to be reckoned with. Your daughter is going to grow up to be strong, bright and a jewel!


You did a wonderful job writing your daughter's birth story. What a strong little girl! You must feel so blessed!

I'm here from SITS... I hope you had a great day in the spotlight!


God bless you and Aja! What an amazing experience! Well, amazing and scary!

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