Outside the Isolette, Looking In is a personal account of my experience giving birth to my daughter 7 weeks premature. The book shares my experiences and reactions leading up to, during, and after my daughter's birth. It includes the personal journal I kept while my daughter was in the NICU, a daily chronical of her development, and the process of our life returning to 'normal'.
I'd like to say thank you for the tremendous support and positive feedback for the book. As a group, we were able to make a donation to March for Babies in Cora's name in honor of her fifth birthday this year.
We will continue to collect the profits from the book and use them to make donations to March for Babies and preemie NICUs in the coming years.
Rebekah Jackson lives with her family in Meridian, Idaho. She works in the technology industry. She enjoys traveling, writing, and spending time with her family on and around Lake Cascade.