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...
  • Emily Grace

    Emily Grace: 29 Week Tiny Miracle

    I have four children. My third was conceived after five years of fertilty treatment. After her birth I was told I would never be able to have another child on my own. But I became pregnant...
  • Evan, 1 day old

    Evan: 29 week Tiny Miracle

    Evan, 1 day old (born at 29 weeks, 2 lbs. 9 oz.) Evan's story began during my 29th week of pregnancy. I started to experience some mild cramps which I attributed to stomach upset, having never...
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The Tiny Miracles Foundation is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).
Our mission is to help families of infants born prematurely in Fairfield County, Connecticut.


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