Josephine “Josie” Greco was born via an emergency C-section at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Youngstown. She should not have survived her traumatic birth. But, she did. On her seventh day of life, Josie and I were transferred to the NICU at Akron Children’s Hospital in Akron.
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My husband and I had difficulty getting pregnant, and after two early losses we were excited to learn I was pregnant again, this time with a healthy child. The whole pregnancy was beautiful, until suddenly on Dec. 29, 2010, I went into premature labor. Despite best efforts to stop it, my son, Gage, was born at 31 and 1/2 weeks.
Chris and I have both always loved having brothers, even though it may not always seem that way. When we had trouble getting pregnant with Rebekah and needed to use a fertility specialist, things became a little more difficult, but we still found ourselves dreaming of a day when the little person we hadn’t met yet would have an even littler sibling.