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Baby Clothing Brand BLASTED For Firing Employee Who Asked To Work Remote While Newborn Was In NICU!

A baby clothing company is under fire for denying an employee's request to work from home while she cared for her premature newborn in the NICU. According

According to a GoFundMe, Marissa Hughes and her husband Rawley had spent the past three years trying to have a baby of their own, attempting everything from in vitro fertilization, intrauterine insemination, and enduring pregnancy losses, and a near-fatal surgery where Melissa briefly clinically died. Two months later, they received a call: There was a baby available for adoption in a neonatal intensive care unit at an El Paso hospital nine hours away from their Dallas home. “I want to hop on here to sincerely apologize to Marissa for how her parental leave was communicated and handled in the midst of her incredible journey of adopting and starting a family.

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