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I love hearing from other preemie and special needs moms.  To ask questions, share your story or get permission to republish any of my content please email me at tatum@aintnorollercoaster.com or send me a private message on Facebook.

 

9 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi Tatum…It’s Dawne and Katherine in Ohio…..reading your blog made me remember a time when Gabriella and Tristan were like 7 and 8. We were in Target and there was a “little person” pushing a baby carriage. She could hardly reach the handles….I saw her before the kids and FROZE. I knew they would stare so I quickly shuffeled them down an isle but not before Tristan shouted out ” why’s that little person pushing a baby.” She stopped and explained but I was mortified…..Good luck to you!!! dawne and kat

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  3. Tatum,
    Great to see you today and catch up. I really admire you and the approach you’ve taken in raising your family. I know it is a tough and unexpected journey and you’ve taken it on with positivity and courage. Your blog is really great too.

    Anyway, we’d love to do a play date. You are welcome to come here, but if it is easier for us to come to you, that is fine too. Were free the following dates after 3pm – 9/28, 10/1, 3, 8, 9, 10. The next couple of weeks are busy with dr. Appts.!

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  5. Just wanted to say hello and thank you for writing this. I’m not a mom of a preemie, but I am the aunt and cousin of two. Watching their moms struggle with everyday things like feeding or being afraid to sleep because of breathing issues was hard to watch, but I can’t imagine living that everyday. This is a blog that, I personally think, everyone should read so that they can understand the life of a preemie family. Good luck in all you do!

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  7. Our stories are so similar! My son Liam was born in April 2011 at 24 weeks 3 days and spent 205 days in the NICU. Thank you for your posts–many echo the situations and feelings that we are experiencing in our house. I wish I was as articulate as you!

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