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What not to say to a NICU Mum & Navigating NICU during the Pandemic

This week we are talking about what not to say to a NICU Mum and what to say instead. We acknowledge that if you have not been through the NICU experience, it can be hard to know what to say, that words often come from a place of wanting to reassure and not from a place of ill intent. We talk through common phrases that our community has heard and how they can impact us, with a hope of spreading awareness and starting the conversation about how to support a NICU Mum in an empathic way. We also speak with Salma, @pandemic_preemie who talks passionately about her experience of being in NICU at the start of the pandemic. Salma had her baby Eesa at 27 weeks, following a smooth pregnancy, she went into spontaneous labour, her son spent 95 days on the NICU, her story is on our blog at Salma works in policy and speaks about how to challenge policies currently in place surrounding COVID-19 and how the experience of being in NICU during the pandemic impacted her, her husband and her eldest son who she was also having to homeschool. Music: Moments by Shane Ivers -

Om Podcasten

If you are a NICU parent, past, present or future, this podcast is here to support you through it all. Hosted by the co-founders of Miracle Moon, Frankie who is a Clinical Psychologist and a Mum to Arlo born at 31 weeks and Georgie, a Graphic Designer and a Mum to Margot born at 31 weeks. We are a couple of past NICU Mum’s who have got together to support others through their NICU journeys. Each week we will talk about common things that NICU parents have been through and interview other NICU Mums with the hope of normalising how you feel.