"But what we really wanted to do is tell these personal stories of the parents," she explains. "And that's why we've followed these parents through the process from coming into the hospital usually in a premature situation, and giving birth. And then following the process of the babies going into NICU, and the parents dealing with the doctors, seeing their babies hooked up with many, many wires, bells and whistles going off. And we really wanted to capture the emotional impact — communicate how hard it is. Luckily, in most of the cases, we also get to see the baby going home, so you also get to see the joy."