FC: Addison Elizabeth Evans
1: On January 8, 2012 I was transported to Norton's Hospital in Louisville, I had preeclampsia. Being 16, I wasn't sure what was happening, or how I was supposed to handle it considering my daughter wasn't due until March 23. On January 13, I was blessed with a 3 pound 10 ounce bundle of joy.
2: Addison was in Kosair's Children's Hospital for a month and a day. Being 10 weeks premature, she had a feeding tube, IV's and was in an isolette. | Mommy's Girl
3: A daughter is a beautiful reflection of God's grace.
4: We're Coming Home! | On February 15, weighing 4 pounds, 15 ounces. Little Addison was released to come home. My whole life changed. | I was now a mother. There weren't doctors and nurses there to help me wen something went wrong.
5: The first few months I struggled, having a baby that was in the NICU for a month, she had her days and nights mixed up. Plus having a preemie, we visited neonatal doctors usually once every couple of weeks. | But things got easier as Addison got bigger.
6: She has learned to suck her thumb, hold her bottle, roll over, sit up by herself, blow kisses and blow bubbles.
7: "In my daughter's eyes, I am a hero. I am strong and wise, and I know no fear. But the truth is plain to see, she was sent to rescue me. I see who I wanna be, in my daughter's eyes."
8: Our Baby Girl | My daughter is my greatest accomplishment. She is my reason for waking up in the morning, and the reason I go to bed every night with a smile on my face. She is my encouragement everyday to get up and come to school. because now, everything I do, I do for her.
9: Watching her grow and learn, is the best thing I could ever experience. | I may not have gotten straight A's my whole high school career, or had perfect attendance since kindergarten, | but I raised a beautiful, healthy baby girl. She is my strength, she is my happiness and she is my life.
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