Nap Time Could Kill My Baby

This is the little girl who dices with death every naptime – because of a rare condition that means she stops BREATHING every time she falls asleep. Little Jovie Wyse has to spend 21 hours a day on a special ventilator – to keep her alive in case she nods off. The tiny tot had a tracheotomy just two months after she was born in May in a bid to save her life – and now, she has finally been allowed to go home for the first time.

This is the little girl who dices with death every naptime - because of a rare condition that means she stops BREATHING every time she falls asleep. Little Jovie Wyse has to spend 21 hours a day on a special ventilator - to keep her alive in case she nods off. The tiny tot had a tracheotomy just two months after she was born in May in a bid to save her life - and now, she has finally been allowed to go home for the first time.

This is the little girl who dices with death every naptime - because of a rare condition that means she stops BREATHING every time she falls asleep. Little Jovie Wyse has to spend 21 hours a day on a special ventilator - to keep her alive in case she nods off. The tiny tot had a tracheotomy just two months after she was born in May in a bid to save her life - and now, she has finally been allowed to go home for the first time.

This is the little girl who dices with death every naptime - because of a rare condition that means she stops BREATHING every time she falls asleep. Little Jovie Wyse has to spend 21 hours a day on a special ventilator - to keep her alive in case she nods off. The tiny tot had a tracheotomy just two months after she was born in May in a bid to save her life - and now, she has finally been allowed to go home for the first time.

This is the little girl who dices with death every naptime - because of a rare condition that means she stops BREATHING every time she falls asleep. Little Jovie Wyse has to spend 21 hours a day on a special ventilator - to keep her alive in case she nods off. The tiny tot had a tracheotomy just two months after she was born in May in a bid to save her life - and now, she has finally been allowed to go home for the first time.