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My little peanut was born at 34 weeks on February 5th, 2017.
She was 3lbs, 11oz & 17in long, had 10 fingers and toes, and had a head full of dark hair. It was love at first sight.
Then we were separated, as she was taken to the NICU and I went to my recovery room. There were complications with my recovery and I had to go to the operating room for a D&C.
My daughter was born at 3:56 pm, but I didn’t get to see her again until almost midnight. [Read more…] about Molly’s Life With Anxiety After the NICU