One of Britain’s most premature babies has defied the odds after surviving being born at just 22 weeks weighing 1lb 4oz.
Austin Douglas weighed the same as half a bag of sugar when he arrived 18 weeks early on March 31.
Doctors told his parents Helen, 30 and Rhys, 25, there was very little chance their son would survive after he was born smaller than his mother’s palm. Continue reading “The miracle bundle of joy born TWO WEEKS before the abortion time-limit”
It’s hard to believe that two-years ago, Brandon and Brittany Buell were told their son would not survive.
In fact doctors told them to abort their baby after they discovered a serious brain malformation during the ultrasound. Continue reading “Baby born with most of his skull missing is thriving against all the odds”
But the miracle baby is about to celebrate his first birthday today and his mum could not be happier with the progress her son has made.
Amy Judge was rushed into hospital just 24 weeks into her pregnancy after she started having contractions. Continue reading “Miracle baby Noah Foley beats all the odds after being born four months early”
After five years of struggling with infertility, Sarah Rodriguez and her husband, Joel were overjoyed when she was finally able to conceive through IVF. But the birth of their son, Milo, was bittersweet. Three days after their little boy came into the world, the couple learned that Joel, who was diagnosed in 2010 with Stage 3 kidney cancer, was no longer in remission. Continue reading “She Was Told To Say Goodbye To Her Baby—But After This Widow Held Her Child In Her Arms, A Miracle Happened”
A joyful mother has captured the heartwarming moment her ‘miracle’ baby saw snow for the first time.
Johanna Morton, from New York, was told in December 2015 that her unborn baby had little chance of surviving the birth after a heart defect was detected by doctors. Continue reading “Mother of ‘miracle’ baby who survived against the odds captures special moment”
A woman whose parents were told to prepare to switch off her life support machine after she fell off a horse has graduated from college.
Sarah Kemp, 35, from Kidderminster in Worcestershire, was in a coma for two months after the accident in 1999. Continue reading “Horse fall coma woman graduates from Worcester College of Technology”