How the Transport Team at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin gave us our baby back — 4 Comments

  1. I am very happy for your special gift Amelia.Children’s hospital and all there staff are excellent!I have a daughter that was also transported by the transport team and they were great!our little bundle of joy is 7 now,but she was born with Pulmonary Atresia with Intact Ventricular Septum and also DiGeorge syndrome.she was only born with 20% of her heart and #20 chromosome and everything in her midline section not fully developed.she has had a heart transplant when she was only 3 weeks old.with the great care they have at children’s!

  2. That is a very rewarding story to read. Now we need everyone’s prayers for our precious “Pearce”. He has his very risky open heart surgery on Thursday. Hopefully God will help his doctor to do the best ever. It is going to be a very long couple of weeks.

  3. Most people don’t know all that is involved in transporting a child. There is no room for error, every thing must go right.I know from having been involved in neonatal care many years ago. Our oldest son is now one of those wonderful people who do this kind of work.It takes a lot out of them. Most take a loss as a if it was their child.We should keep them in our prayers and thoughts,just as we do for the infant and parents.

  4. Couldn’t read that without crying! Amelia is such a gift. Enjoy every moment.