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Zara was born at 24+3 by an emergency C-section in 2019, spending 130 days in hospital care.
Emelia-Stella was born with a complex form of gastroschisis in 2021 and her mum, Keelan, shares her family’s experience in Southampton during Emelia’s care
Evie was born at full-term but required immediate care in Guernsey’s NICU
Florie Coquelin was born six weeks premature. ‘Nothing is as brutal as seeing a little girl in an incubator.’; says her father.
First time parents Matt and Ellen Billing said having a premature baby opened their eyes to how precious life is.
“Have hope, always believe and enjoy every milestone.” Amanda & Luke Gray try to live by this every day. They hope that these simple words can help other families when they’re at their lowest.
“The care and love I was shown by family, friends, specialists, midwives and not forgetting PPBF both on and off island was absolutely amazing and we cannot thank them enough.” – Nicky Ajanaku.
“If Riley’s story can give hope to someone who may be going through the same thing, we’d be pleased to think they found some comfort in it.” – Sharon Wyatt-Nicole, Riley’s Grandma
As friends and family gathered for her baby shower, Vicki Le Poidevin brushed off her stomach pains, after all, she was only 29 weeks pregnant
The PPBF’s Southampton apartment made all the difference to Jack’s parents when they needed it