Sharing Baby Haeden’s Story For Help
Meet Mama Tiffany, she is a woman that I met in a Facebook group that I had recently joined. She was excited to be pregnant with a baby girl.
She delivered Baby Haeden on March 27, 2017, her APGAR scores were great reading a nine and then an eight. Her doctors had already written off Baby Haeden and paid no attention to her scores, or anything else.
Tiffany was devastated, holding her little baby in her arms watching her breathe, her plump little body snuggling contently on her chest. She pleads with doctors to listen to her, to not write her daughter off and continue to not look into other options for this little baby.
Have you been in this situation? Pleading with doctors to find another way for your child to survive?
It is so hard to look at your baby watching them breathe on their own, drink milk and soil their diapers knowing the doctors barely gave her hours to live.
Baby Haden has been holding on for an entire week now! Go Baby Haeden! So beautiful and strong. Already proving doctors that they are so grim with your amazing presence.
Baby Haeden needs your help. She was diagnosed with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and Pulmonary Hypertension.
It was so heartbreaking listening to Tiffany talk about what Haeden’s echo said.
I asked Mama Tiffany if I can share their story because I know how great of a community you all are when it comes to sharing stories, giving support, and helping with resources. Let’s grab the attention of any doctors that can possibly help.
Mama Tiffany is doing all she can but needs our help. She spends most of her time with Baby Haeden laying snuffled and cuddled on her chest. Baby Haeden is more content there, and it helps regulate her breathing and heart rate. In her fragile state mama needs to be with her at all times.
Come together as a community with love, support, energy, and healing for both mama and baby.
Please use the comment section below or go directly to Baby Haeden’s Facebook page to lend your ears, support and any knowledge of this condition. I will update this post as needed to give you an update on what is happening and how you can help.
Here is an update
Mama Tiffany is asking for everyone’s help with at least some information about her baby’s condition. She looked it up as best she could and has learned others have lived with the surgery and she really wants that for her own baby.
She is asking the public’s help in finding a doctor to take a look at Baby Haedans records and see if by any chance there is something that can be done.
Tiffany would benefit greatly from your healing energies, your support, and inspirational stories that you can share with her and her family.
I have been in childcare since 1986! I had my first child when I was 18 and love helping parents with support and resources they need. I do not sugarcoat life and I solve problems without emotions.
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