When temperatures soar in the summer months, many parents look for ways to keep their babies cool, and protect them from the sun. Experts advise parents to keep young babies out of direct sunlight, to protect their skin from the sun’s harmful rays.
Omaha mother Demi Frandsen only got 10 months with her beautiful son, Leo, who was born two months premature. His entire life was spent in the NICU at at Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. “Leo was born 2 months early and he was diagnosed with gastroschisis. There was no skin to pull over his exposed organs. It was kind of a new case they had not seen before,” Demi told WOWT.
Imagine watching your young son being ravaged by chicken pox. Such was the case for Kayley Burke. Her son, Elijah, had horrific scabs blistering all over his tiny body. He was too young to be vaccinated, yet she wants to warn parents of what can happen without vaccination.