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Charlotte Crowson

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Weʼre raising £500 to help fund medical & hospital costs

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We now eagerly await the arrival of our beautiful baby. This time comes with a huge mixture of emotions but we are so grateful to be surrounded by amazing friends, family & people we have met along the way.

Our baby will not need clothes or fancy things when they are first born. The first few months of our baby’s life we will spent in the NICU (intensive care unit). We will be delivering at Leicester Royal Infirmary as they have specialists who will be able to do the very best by our baby. If our baby is strong enough to make it through the first few days, the surgeons will consider if he/she is viable for life and baby will have major surgery to repair the hernia. Afterwards, we still have a long journey to get baby on the road to recovery and hopefully home with us.

Nathan and I will be staying by our baby’s side the whole time. We would be so grateful if anyone would like to donate to the cost of travel to the hospital, hospital accommodation and equipment that our baby may need. If the unimaginable happens, we will use the donations towards a funeral.

We have already been blown away by everyones kindness. Please continue to keep our beautiful baby in your thoughts and prayers 💓

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      Charlotte Crowson

      Charlotte Crowson

      Bourne, UK

      We found out at 20 weeks pregnant that our baby had RCDH and were given a 50% survival rate. Since then, we have had scans every 2 weeks, fetal MRI and close observation from LRI. Baby has done amazing to make it to full term. We are now in LRI waiting to be induced.

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