It is prematurity awareness month and November 17th is Prematurity Awareness Day. This is a special episode full of love and support.
Erin Holohan is the mother of 3 young children, a seamstress, and a supporter of NICU moms through her service project, Hearts of Hope. We’re happy to feature Erin for Prematurity Awareness day.
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In this episode, we talked about:
Life in the NICU. Prematurity Awareness.
The importance of funding for the March of Dimes and Alexa’s passionate plea for funding. You can donate to her March for Babies Team information in memory of her infant daughter, who passed away at two-days-old in the NICU and in honor of her tiny survivor, who graduated the NICU after 84 LONG days – here.
Erin’s special service project, Hearts of Hope.
More about Erin:
Erin lives with her family in New York State and thrives on the fast pace that is associated with the area. She has a 2-and-half-year-old daughter and 10-month-old twin boys.
For years, Erin worked at an online fabric shop and sewed as a hobby. As her family has grown her focus has shifted. Her former hobby has developed and grown into her business.
In addition, Erin began a Hearts of Hope Program, which gifts parents a FREE fabric heart for their current NICU miracle.
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