to all those still waiting for there babies to come home :)

Discussion in 'Premature & NICU Babies' started by mummyosborne, Nov 13, 2011.

  1. mummyosborne

    mummyosborne Well-Known Member

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    this song really helped me get through my LO being in NICU i hope this helps others :)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPUlichsfQg&ob=av2e

    You got wires, going in
    You got wires, coming out of your skin
    You got tears, making tracks
    I got tears, that are scared of the facts

    Running, down corridors through, automatic doors
    Got to get to you, got to see this through
    I see hope is here, in a plastic box
    I've seen christmas lights, reflect in your eyes

    You got wires, going in
    You got wires, coming out of your skin
    There's dry blood, on your wrist
    Your dry blood on my fingertip

    Running, down corridoors through, automatic doors
    Got to get to you, got to see this through
    First night of your life, curled up on your own
    Looking at you now, you would never know

    I see it in your eyes, I see it in your eyes
    You'll be alright
    I see it in your eyes, I see it in your eyes
    You'll be alright

    Alright

    Running, down corridors through, automatic doors
    Got to get to you, got to see this through
    I see hope is here, in a plastic box
    I've seen christmas lights, reflect in your eyes
    down corridors, through automatic doors
    Got to get to you, got to see this through
    First night of your life, curled up on your own
    Looking at you now, you would never know.
     
  2. Lottie86

    Lottie86 Mummy to Findlay & Iona

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    That song makes me cry everytime. It was the first song that came on the radio when I left hospital after having F and it was on the radio lots during his first 8 months when he was in hospital more than he was home. It's the Christmas lights bit that sets me off now as the first tree and lights F ever saw were in the hospital and the first ones Iona will ever see will be here too from inside her plastic box.
     
  3. EmSmith1980

    EmSmith1980 4 plus 1 on the way

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    The song that got me through the NNU journey was Alicia Keys- No-one.

    I remember being in the car going up to the hospital and it came on, I was sobbing my heart out. xx
     
  4. Foogirl

    Foogirl Baby Abby 11 weeks early

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    Makes me bawl like a baby!!

    I think it always will.
     
  5. Agiboma

    Agiboma ME+DS+DD+DH

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    @mommyosborne its a beautiful song thanks for sharing
     
  6. Josephs_Daddy

    Josephs_Daddy Joseph - born 27+5

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    Hi, what a fantastic post!

    I created THIS video while my boy was still in hospital, has Wires as the soundtrack. I hope you enjoy it :winkwink:

    https://youtu.be/6-3zX7dEA2w
     
  7. Foogirl

    Foogirl Baby Abby 11 weeks early

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    Hey Joseph's Daddy *waves*

    Haven't seen you for a while, how is Joseph?
     
  8. Josephs_Daddy

    Josephs_Daddy Joseph - born 27+5

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    Hiiii!!!! Joseph is great thanks. What about you and yours?

    I started a thread explaining what he's been up to so have a looksie!!!
     
  9. Josephs_Daddy

    Josephs_Daddy Joseph - born 27+5

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    Ahem...erm...'Looksie'!? What the devil was that!? Hahahaha!!!
     
  10. Foogirl

    Foogirl Baby Abby 11 weeks early

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    :rofl:
     

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