You never expect your child to become a patient in the Neonatal Unit. You do not envision the first time holding your child is by a finger squeeze through an incubator window. But when you are prompted by nurses and doctors on how to give your child the best care within this environment, you want to be as present as possible in order to learn how to bond with your baby. This is not always a feasible option for families, as they may not have the means to drive every day to and from the hospital to see their newborn. They may not have the resources, or time to eat outside of their homes and within a hospital seven days a week. When you spend your days watching your baby fight to survive, maintaining yourself and your household becomes a very low priority. I know all of this, because my partner and I lived it. But, because of our amazing team of nurses we were able to feel confident enough in order to leave our babies after twelve-hour stays, and know that they would be advocated for during their around the clock needs. Now our dream for this foundation is to support the NICU community and give back in all the ways that we were supported through our journey.