Doctor Places Newborn In Mother’s Hands To Say Final Goodbye, Then They All Witness A Miracle.
Trying To Have A Family
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Kate and David Ogg are from Mooloolaba in Queensland, Australia. They were trying for a long time to have a baby, but they were having a difficult time conceiving. After three years of trying, Kate finally became pregnant with twins. They couldn't be happier than when they found out they were having a boy and girl, until six months into the pregnancy.
An Exciting Journey
Planning the birth of a child is an exciting process for any parent. You spend your free time choosing their nursery colors, buying their tiny socks, and picking out their name. Typically, you have nine months to plan everything out, but sometimes, the baby has a different plan in mind. And when that happens, there can be some extremely dangerous consequences.
Noah Clarey was born 14 weeks early. When he was born, he weighed only two pounds two ounces, and his chances of survival were very slim. In fact, just to keep the little one warm, doctors had to place his tiny body, that had a heart the size of a thumbnail, inside of a sandwich bag.
Noah went through a series of heart surgeries, and after only six months, he was finally able to breathe on his own. Noah is now a happy little boy, living with his mom, his dad, and his older sister.
Noah’s story had a happy ending, but not all babies are so lucky...
An Early Arrival
Sunshine Coast Daily
Kate went into labor when she was only 26 weeks pregnant. There was no stopping the birth, but it was too early to deliver. She was immediately brought to the hospital, and delivered her twins shortly after. Two minutes after her baby boy was born, she gave birth to his sister. That's when she realized something was wrong.
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