Oscar was born three months early and spent seven weeks on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. His parents, Edward and Louise, were supported by Chestnut House and were always just a stone's throw away from his side
Freddie was born 15 weeks early and spent 125 days in hospital, 90 minutes away from home. Chestnut House kept his parents Lewis and Emma by his side
As part of World Prematurity Day on 17 November we asked premature parents to share their most standout moments while on the neonatal wards.
Sonny was born ten weeks and needed specialist treatment the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Crawford House made sure his parents could always be by his side
Adele and Jonathan were told that their daughter wouldn't live more than a few hours, they tell us how our 'Home from Home' helped them during this time
Kodie's daughter was rushed to Sheffield when she was born at just 24 weeks. Throughout her daughter's treatment at Sheffield Children's, we gave her a place to stay
Ella-Rose was born at 26 weeks weighing just 500 grams - she celebrated her second birthday this year and is doing amazingly well
After losing Scarlette’s twin, Kodie would do anything to save her daughter’s life. Read how we supported Kodie at Magnolia House during this time
William was born at just 23 weeks and for World Prematurity Day his mum, Anita, has shared the things she wish she'd known
17 November is World Prematurity Day, a global movement to raise awareness of premature birth
Charlotte Perry, Charlie’s mum, was supported at Eckersley House when her son was born at 31 weeks.
Rebecca and Lee Shannon were supported at Chestnut House when their daughter was born at 27 weeks
Alice and Joe were supported at Crawford House when their son, Freddie, was born at 28 weeks. Here are the things they wish they'd known
The Sick Children's Trust is joining Bliss in raising awareness for this World Prematurity Day
To raise awareness of premature birth, mum Emily shares her experience of having twin boys at 27 weeks