Sunday, February 14, 2010

And The Winner Is...

Thank you to all who entered, blogged about the book and stopped by Team Spectacular to check out the wonderful work of Scott Wright. I want to thank Scott for not only writing/illustrating a truthful book about life in the NICU but also for providing a copy for our giveaway.

And now what you all have been waiting for...



Paige put all of the entries (49 numbered squares) into the tub that was used to give her a bath in the NICU.



She mixed them up,




gave them a good shake,



and picked one lucky entry...



and the winner is...




#35




Congratulations to tbonegrl! Please email me @ thepreemieexperiment@gmail.com with your address.

Once again, thank you all for supporting Scott with your kind words both here and on your own blogs. After you purchase a copy be sure to stop back here and let us know what you thought!

8 comments:

adventuresinjuggling said...

I love that you used Paige's NICU bath tub, a great visual of just how tiny she once was.
To Paige, you have the most delightful smile!
Laura

Scott said...

Congrats to the winner! Can't wait for you to get my book.

Thanks everyone for all the emails, comments and support.

Scott

tbonegrl said...

Thanks Scott! I told Stacy I don't know which is better...winning, or seeing a picture of Paige holding a piece of paper that says "tbonegrl!"

Amega Global said...

Wow congratulations to you tbonegrl!

Sheila said...

Off-Topic here but I wanted to pass along a parent opportunity that I received for my p-l parents. This study is being done in the Netherlands (a source of historic good follow-up preemie data). The email address of the individual who tendered this opportunity is cvanganzewinkel@yahoo.com. Her request is below - I hope Stacy doesn't mind my forwarding this on via her blog (which has some p-l parents but lots of non-pl preemie families too).

Dear parents,




I would like to invite you to take part in research concerning prolonged or chronic pain in the newborn. In the last decades much work has been done regarding acute and procedural pain. Prolonged or chronic pain still needs exploration. With the aid of your opinion and the Delphi method we aim at describing the concept of chronic pain in the newborn, including a definition and description of etiologic and diagnostic determinants.

You can find detailed information about the background and methodology on www.ceepain.org. Furthermore, on www.ceepain.org you can participate in the first of our three-round Delphi survey. In this first round you will be asked to answer three short, open-ended questions.






With kind regards,



Christ-jan van Ganzewinkel

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner

Department of Neonatology

Máxima Medical Centre

Veldhoven, The Netherlands

ThePreemie Experiment said...

Thanks for posting this Sheila. I made a separate post so it will get more exposure.

Gypsy505 said...

Congrats to you on your book too!

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