7 thoughts on “ER

  1. Marie

    I have just read this I cried I smiled I laughed and I even burn’t the cakes I was making but well done to you both you are amazing x

  2. kathryn Roberts

    I have just spend the last 10 minutes reading and taking this all in and yes, i wept all the way through!! Ian and Jo, you are truely remarkable. I hope that all is well and both Thomas and Mia make the best progress possible. You have made part of medical history, the emotions that you must be feeling right now is unbelievable. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Think those clothes i sent may be on the large side for your precious little babies, but they WILL soon grow into them. Wishing you the best of luck in the world. Kathryn and family. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  3. Dot Nelson

    Sending love and kisses to Mia and Thomas and waiting for any more news patiently.
    My Thomas was born at 7 months and is now a parent himself, no longer tiny(in fact a bit on the tubby side).
    “All the world to grow in” was a frequent response to my news that my baby was in an incubator small and jaundiced!
    Loved reading all about your family and precious babies.

    keep the news coming. xx

  4. Karen Ross (Liane Fishwicks sister)

    Just been in tears reading this, it brought memories flooding back from when our twin boys (Jack & Thomas)arrived early (30 +6) in Sept 2007. We was shipped out to Wythenshaw as Bolton did not have room for two in their SCBU. So our boys were born in Wythenshaw, and after spending 2-weeks in their SCBU, they were transferred to Bolton SCBU, where they stayed for a further 5-weeks; the care they recevied at both hospitals was excellent. We have experienced all the emotions you and Jo are going through and our thoughts and prayers are with you all x


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