Neonatal nurse and baby reconnect after 28 years

A wonderful story of a neonatal nurse reconnecting with a baby she cared for 28 years earlier!

Twenty-eight years ago, neonatal intensive care nurse Vilma Wong cared for a premature baby, Brandon Seminatore, who weighed only 2 lbs., and 6 oz.

Since then, she’s seen tens of thousands of babies come through the unit, The Mercury News reported, but never forgot about him, even when she came face-to-face with him as an adult at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, California.  Wong was at work when she saw a second-year pediatric resident in blue scrubs near one of the incubators. She asked him who he was. . .   read the full story, and check out the photo of Vilma holding Brandon as a baby, here: people.com/human-interest/california-nurse-discovers-baby-colleague-years-later/

Also, you can read the original Facebook post which includes some wonderful comments.

 

 

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