The first time I held my baby, I thought: “She’s exactly the same temperature as my body. It is like she is still part of me. She is so perfect.”
The first sign that anything was less than ideal was the oxygen mask they kept pushing onto my face and then onto the baby’s.
“What’s wrong?” I asked…
Million Moms asked me to share the first moment I held my baby with you. You can read more and find out what was wrong over at the Million Moms Challenge.
My post there is sponsored but the real reason I want you to click over and share your story is because by commenting on the post, you are joining the community. And when you join the community, you are helping to raise a donation to save the lives of mothers and babies all over the world.
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