27- to 29-Week Miracles

  • Ian, born at 28.5 weeks

    Ian: 28 week Tiny Miracle

    Ian (born at 28 1/2 weeks, 2 lbs. 8 oz.) I had always thought that miracles were moving, heart-warming tales that you saw on Oprah or read in Reader's Digest. I wasn't really cynical, but...
  • Lillian & Hanna: 28 Week Tiny Miracles, and Virginia & Weston: 33 Week Tiny Miracles

    In February of 1997 we found out we were having twins. My husband and I were so excited and were ready for a long pregnancy that would end in giving birth to two adorable babies. We were young and...
  • Brody, 5 days old

    Brody: 29 Week Tiny Miracle

    Brody, 5 days old (born at 29 weeks, 3 lbs. 5 oz.) I was 18 weeks pregnant when my doctor discovered a separation in the amniotic sac and I was diagnosed with oligohydramnios — low amniotic fluid...
  • Christiano Gino, 28 weeks

    Christiano Gino: 28 week Tiny Miracle

    Christiano Gino, 2 and a half years old In January of 2012 Loretta M. was shocked to go into labor at 28 weeks. Her son was born the following day at 2 lbs 9 oz. Loretta remembers, “Our two month...
  • Nina Isabella, 28-week Tiny Miracle

    Nina Isabella: 28 week Tiny Miracle

    Nina Isabella (born at 28 weeks, 1lb. 8oz Little Nina greeted the world after only 28 weeks and weighing 1lb. 6oz.  Mom, Christine, was taken by surprise by the early birth. TTMF mentors were...


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