|vol 2 edition 1 February/March 1998|
|In This Issue...
A Special Collaborative
Article...pages 10 - 14
Expressions...page 15 -16
Family Biography...page 20
Preemie Things...page 21
Editorial Notes...page 24
|It is the
new year, and we have made some changes.
The biggest change is that the staff has decided to publish bi-monthly rather than monthly. By doing this we hope to be able to put more focus on our articles and bring a more concise newsletter.
topics being discussed come from both the e-mail support
list as well as the discussion board list.
Jon returns to his Emale column and shares his views when his son made a return trip to the hospital.
Kerry (author of "Your Thoughts Here"), Mara and Deborah (authors of "Dealings") have joined forces to produce one tremendous article. Be sure to read their thoughts on how to deal with the grandparents of your preemie.
Mary Honma returns with her "Expressions" column and gives wonderful advice on how to transition to nursing while still in the NICU.
Kerry delves into the worries of what happens if you become pregnant again... will you have another preemie?
It is always heartwarming to meet other preemie families... come meet the Foley Family
If you are looking for other preemie
parents to chat with..
We hope that you will print this newsletter out and share with others. To print: from your browser window, go to "file", then to "page setup". You must remove anything in the header and footer sections. Then set your left and right margins to 0.25, and let the top and bottom margins go to zero, or the default. Then print. Each page is set up to print on standard size paper, and you will have to print each page separately.
|Disclaimer: The writings and opinions contained in this newsletter are strictly the opinions of the writer, and do not contain any endorsements, or guarantees, of any kind. Further, these opinions and writings are in no way meant to be considered as medical advice. Nor are they meant to replace any medical advice. Always discuss concerns and questions with your physician.|
|index page go to next page go back home|