My new friends took me for a lovely walk sightseeing around the village!! I was very excited to see the GAA pitch, An tSean Bheairic (our local visitors centre), we had a rest at the crossroads before we came across the Cloughaneely stone!! On our journey back home to bed we stopped at The Shamrock …
Mummy Louise took me to my new home and I met 3 lovely little boys – Rory, Matthew and Daniel James, who very kindly let me have a shot of his pushchair as I was very tired after all the travelling..
Hi there, After a long journey across the Irish sea, I reached my next destination of Donegal, Ireland where I was warmly welcomed by my mummy for the week Louise. She promised me there was going to be lots and lots of fun and surprises happening while I was visiting!!
Well, this week started with me arriving with the Tandy’s. After a small row over who got to give me a cuddle first, Vanessa, (Aug 2006, untreated count of 4k) or her little brother Ryan (May 2008, treated count of c200k!!!), I had kisses and cuddles with both! But what a whirlwind of a week …
Tippi takes Nait bear to deliver a box of Krispy Kreme’s to the wonderful midwifes at the Leeds General Infirmary who looked after mummy for her 15 weeks of IVIG. Julie and Jenny get to meet Tippi after taking care of us all that time. A big thank you to everyone on Ward 57.
Tove and mummy took Nait and Tippi to see Liz at the Appletree Childrens Centre. We left plenty of our awareness cards, we don’t want anyone missing out on our super dooper website 🙂
Nait told Tove how he had such a fun time at the Nursery and so as a special treat she took him to meet Liz at Appletree Childrens Centre where she goes to stay and play with mummy.
Otto was so excited when Nait came along to meet his friends and teachers for his last ever morning at Nursery. What a significant week for Nait to spend with us!!
The excitement in our house was catching on Tuesday when a little parcel arrived and out sprung Nait Bear! Tove instantly took him under her wing as he joined in the usual fun and games with Dora and the gang while Otto was at Nursery!
Nait Nait and his sister Naitalie are traveling around the world meeting families affected by the disease that they are named after, Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia. NAIT is a blood disorder caused by an incompatibility between the mother’s and the baby’s platelet types. Platelets are the body‘s main clotting mechanism. The incompatibility causes the unborn baby …