It is a time of great vulnerability for the family, but there is also an opportunity to give the baby a good start to life.
ABC News: 5 Things to remember about babies’ vaccinationsRico is the only baby in his family.
He is on the verge of a critical period, with his mother in a coma.
“He has been in the hospital and he is doing fine.
But his breathing is still not normal,” Mr Harris said.”
I have to get my daughter to the hospital, he is very sick.
We can’t just leave him at home and let him stay sick.”
We are just going to take him home to the nursery where he will be taken care of by his mother and my dad.
“Mr Harris says he has been preparing for this for the last few weeks.”
Our family are very worried and I don’t want to do this.
It is very upsetting.
I want him to be safe.
“He said he had already gone to the GP about it and had also had to give his baby an injection.”
But I am not afraid of my daughter because I know that she is in a better place than I am.
I am confident that she will be fine,” he said.
Rico’s mother is in intensive care at a Melbourne hospital, but she has been kept alive by a team of nurses and nurses from other hospitals.
The nurse at the paediatric unit where Rico is staying has been a member of the family for almost a decade.
She said she was happy for the baby to be cared for in her care, and hoped that Rico would not be too traumatised.”
The nurse is absolutely amazing.
She has helped me a lot and she is a very caring person and she has helped us out in this,” she said.”[She] is always with us, helping me to keep my baby calm and safe.”‘
I would rather lose it’Rico has been on the intensive care unit at St Vincent’s Hospital for the past few days.
He has not been moved from his bed and he remains on a ventilator, but his mother is hopeful that he will soon be discharged.”
She said it would take longer than five minutes, and that it would be a few weeks,” Ms Harris explained.”
It is not a normal time of the year, and we are trying to get it under control.
“Rico, we just need to let him rest, and it is not going to be a problem.
I would rather be on a machine and lose it than keep it.”
If I lost it, I would be worried about him dying.