Necessity drives mother’s invention that comforts babies Em B.

Necessity drives mother's invention that comforts babies



Em B. The comforting arm that cradled newborn Zachary through long nights in the hospital after his premature birth belonged to neither his mom nor dad. They couldn’t stay with him overnight at the neonatal intensive care unit. So his mother invented a surrogate – a soft, double-layered polyester sleeve filled with plastic pellets and covered with a fabric imbued with the familiar scent of his parents. Nurses let the infant rest against the armlike sheath.

eialani Necessity drives mother’s invention that comforts babies Preemie The comforting arm that cradled newborn Zachary through long nights in the hospital after his premature birth belonged to neither his mom nor dad. They couldn’t stay with him overnight at the neonatal intensive care unit. So his mother invented a surrogate – a soft, double-layered polyester sleeve filled with plastic pellets and covered with a fabric imbued with the familiar scent of his parents. Nurses let the infant rest against the armlike sheath. Em B.

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