Thursday, 13 March 2014

My Mummy Say's

My Name is Sinead, I was born sleeping April 2010

Mummy tried telling them what was up

No one listened

No one cared

Mummy was going to be sent home, my mummy tried her best to get us an scan, it was refused, it was the day time, they were too busy to check up on me.

Mummy found out after I was buried that there was ROCG guidelines, at no point did mummy get these, at no point did we get the right treatment.

I had a heart beat. 

I was a human being.

I was a fully formed baby.

Mummy cannot share my sleeping baby photo as some do not like to see me. 

So here I am, where my heart was beating still.

After the scan, they refused to let mummy hear my heartbeats again.

Mummy has been trying to change the policy.

So far we have had half of an apology, all we want is full one.

Mummy is in court this May over my death and mummy's treatment, but all Mummy wants is a independent Review so it does not happen to any one else in this manner.

So far to date Mummy's voice is ignored again.

No One Care's as it is not them having to deal with it.

All Mummy wants is Change.  

We want to make PPROM patients and pregnant mums get the best care, we believe more midwifery care is needed too, something mummy lacked as only saw the midwife once during her pregnancy, that should never of happened. 

'My life should of been given every change of survival'.

Mummy suffers with PSTD now, because of our treatment, mummy can be talking, and the next she stop in her tracks, and she be thinking of what happened, events before, during complications and to make matters worse they even messed up with the delivery of me. 

Mummy is currently waiting for more treatment, as the treatment she was receiving was stopped as Mummy run out of therapy sessions.

Mummy has lost lots of friends, and family over this.

Mummy Feels she has failed me and others as nothing has changed.

Mummy believes there is good medical staff out there, but hospitals guidelines are not adhere to by some and the government keeps making cuts, yet birth rates are going up, and baby losses like mine keep going up.

Premature births like mine, happen in 40 percent of pregnancy. 

Change today by joining our campaign to help others who are going through this with giving them the right information in order to make decisions. 

Our Facebook group

Don't be shy and share our most treasured and precious picture of me by sharing our blog.

In memory of Sinead Speakman - April 2010

Please sign mummy's petition for all those parents 

dealing with this today.

And some of the other petitions we are supporting 

Note we are in the process of tweaking this petition so world wide can sign, but we still welcome signatures on this from the UK, as every share, shares our knowledge to the parents that are dealing with PPROM, which happens to 40 percent of pregnancies, we also raising cash to fund for pprom project and our new webpage 

Mummy welcomes any one that can spare a pound to donate in order for a number of research projects to go ahead in my memory and all babies born too soon. 

To invest in our new webpage or if you require any of our wristbands, donate via Paypal or if you require a wristbands. 

Or you can donate to the research side by directly going to our giving page

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Save Our Babies and Our Maternity Matter Campaigns

Maternity Care Improvements to reduce premature births, baby loss and improve maternal lives and give basic human women's rights.

Mummy would like you to sign for Better Care and Investment in Maternity

UK is in the top leader board for losses.

My life could of been saved had Mummy been looked after. 

Please sign Mummy's petition and other petitions which matter to her

In memory of Sinead Speakman born sleeping April 2010 

Only takes 5 mins to sign each one

1. Awareness of PPROM premature rupture of membranes b4 37 wks pregnancy (when your waters break before 37 weeks pregnany)

1706 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

544 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

118 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

16,076 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

Watch here by clicking on the 23-24 weeker campaign vide

1172 people have signed, we need 100th to make a difference

11,932 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

5. lower the currents limits for abortion and change the terminology used from late miscarriage to still birth - - 66 have signed - facebook petition page -

66 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

6. Stop women suffereing a miscarriage being placed on wards/departments with pregnant/post natal women  236 have signed 

236 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

521 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

8.  Millie's Trust campaigns to train ALL nursery nurses in Paediatric First Aid 

82,392 people have signed we need more to reach to 100th

Simple changes, simple knowledge can save babies lives, and make a difference in treatment to parents to be and their families. More importantly if that family does lose their precious child, we want them to leave hospital not just with a box, but knowing all was done to prevent their losses with the emotional support to help them with their journey regardless of outcomes.


                           PLEASE SHARE YOUR STORY  

Support Groups

        Pprom Awareness webpage will be coming soon
  • March of Dimes

Please go to our blog for more info and links to various face book groups relating to the subject above including support networks for anyone that requires support.

In memory of all babies gone too soon 

Surely you can Sign & Share? 

Please it mean the world to us if we can make better changes to save babies lives and to improve care in maternity, by educating and learning through mistakes.