BLISS – for babies born too soon, too small, too sick

Just a quick post to highlight a worthwhile cause and to ask you to help in
anyway you can.
A friend of mine had reason to make use of BLISS some time ago, and I was recently
reminded of the charity by a tweet by Tess
Morris
.
Tess and her husband (Lee
Morris
) will both be running 10miles in the Great
South Run, and sponsoring them both is a great way to help the charity.
Even if you can’t afford a few pennies at the moment, please donate 5mins of
your time and forward this event on to your friends, family and work colleagues.

From the JustGiving page
set up by Tess
Morris
.

Our little girl Eden Summer was born at 29 wks, 11 wks, early by emergency
caesarean at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital, miles away from our local
hospital which didn’t have the facillities to look after a baby so small
. Eden’s incubator was donated to the hospital by Bliss and the intensive
care unit was also referred to as Bliss. I eventually held Eden for the first
time after 4 days and quickly started kangaroo care which Bliss says helps
pre-term babies and parents,it did,after 3 wks Eden was transferred to our
local hospital where she stayed another 3 wks after which we were allowed
to bring her home. It was the scariest time of our lives but the staff at
both hospitals and Bliss were fantastic .The work Bliss does is amazing and
my husband and me are trying to raise as much money as possible for them
to continue their work. So thats why we will be running 10 miles in The Great
South Run so please help us help babies like Eden.

BLISS

For more information on BLISS, you visit their website at http://www.bliss.org.uk

Bliss, the special care baby charity, provides vital support and care to
premature and sick babies across the UK. Founded 30 years ago this year,
we offer guidance and information at a critical time in families’ lives.¬†We
also fund ground-breaking research and campaign for babies to receive the
best possible level of care regardless of when and where they are born

Remember, these babies are too small to be able to help themselves. Help BLISS
give them the best start in life. As I say above, even if you can’t afford
to give a few pennies, then forward this post to everyone you know, or send
them the link to the JustGiving page.