Giving birth prematurely and having a baby in the NICU is a very stressful situation for new parents to be in. You're worrying about your child's survival and sometimes you're not even allowed to hold your little one for a while.
We've rounded up some stories that will give you some information and stats on preemies as well as some success stories to give you some hope.
Skin-to-skin contact with mom and dad helps premature babies stabilise.
This little boy helping his dad and siblings is beyond adorable.
Celebrate the important work of maternity nurses with pre-term babies by sharing the story of one midwife and re-uniting her with the "grown-up"children she helped to care for when they were preemies.
Mom Michelle Tito shares their journey of their micro-preemie Gemma Lily, who weighed only 715g at birth.
Michelle Tito, mom to five precious preemies, sends this beautiful, moving letter to all the dedicated nurses in NICU.
A dad shares the story of the dramatic arrival of his premature twins.
At last, after months in hospital, family life can begin. But with premature twins, nothing is simple.
Coping with the trauma of premature birth or the loss of a preemie.
Watch the amazing progress of this tiny preemie and learn more about premature babies.
After a shaky start our premature twins are growing up as strong individuals, says this devoted dad.
Having your newborn baby placed in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is traumatic. But knowing the facts about why they are there and what happens in the unit can go a long way towards giving you peace of mind.
The world's tiniest premature baby grows up to be healthy.
When Terri and her husband decided to adopt a baby, they never expected him to be premature.
This mom shares her journey to meeting her preemie.
"I had so many questions and very few answers."
Never give up when having a Preemie, God has a purpose for that child's life.
We clear up some of the things that are said to cause premature birth.