30- to 32-Week Miracles

  • Joshua Eugene, born at 30 weeks 5 days, 3 lbs. 8 oz.

    Sarah & Joshua: 30 Week Tiny Miracles

    Sarah Eleanor (born at 30 weeks 5 days, 2 lbs. 15 oz.) I never expected to have preemies. Yes, I was having twins, I was over 35, and I had placenta previa. But my pregnancy progressed without a...
  • Alexandra Grace, born at 31 weeks, 3 lbs. 4 oz.

    Alexandra & Nicolette: 31 Week Tiny Miracles

    Alexandra Grace (born at 31 weeks, 3 lbs. 4 oz.) After an extremely difficult pregnancy and bed rest for 105 days due to pre-term labor, I was finally admitted to the hospital. I was no longer...
  • Jack, born at 32 weeks, 4 lbs.

    Jack: 32 Week Tiny Miracle

    Jack (born at 32 weeks, 4 lbs.) I never thought I would have a preemie. Why would I? I was having a great pregnancy, feeling wonderful. I hadn't had any complications at all. On a Saturday, my...
  • Katherine Rose, born at 32 weeks, 2 lbs. 15 oz.

    Katie: 32 Week Tiny Miracle

    Katherine Rose (born at 32 weeks, 2 lbs. 15 oz.) My story begins during the end of my 31st week of pregnancy. I had been experiencing some discomfort and pressure so I went to see my OB. One of...
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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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