By Dave Andrusko Sunday is Father’s Day. Today we are running two very different posts. We’ve reposted Phil McCombs’ classic post where the then Washington Post reporter tells the story of “Thomas,” the baby his girlfriend aborted and his own behavior which he described as “in all respects craven, immoral.” Then there is this post …Continue reading "A dad’s farewell lullaby to his dying baby boy is even more poignant than first imagined"
Nicknamed “Saybie” by her doctors, this little girl is believed to be the smallest surviving premature baby in the world. By Andrew Wood Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Pregnancy Help News. Born at 23 weeks and three days, Saybie is now the world’s smallest surviving premature baby. This little girl, nicknamed …Continue reading "World’s Tiniest Surviving Premature Baby Heads Home From Hospital"
By Ryan Foley As ABC’s World News Tonight aired a story sympathetic to the pro-abortion movement, NBC Nightly News actually devoted 20 seconds to an inspiring story out of San Diego. Fill-in anchor Savannah Guthrie reported on the progress of “what doctors are calling the world’s tiniest surviving baby,” so while NBC deserves credit for …Continue reading "NBC Fails to Acknowledge Irony of ‘World’s Tiniest Surviving Baby’ on Abortion Debate"
By Dave Andrusko The staff knew this preemie was going to be very small. But last December, as Paul Wozniak, a neonatologist at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women & Newborns in San Diego, stood in the delivery room looking down at the infant the staff would later nickname Saybie , he told Allyson Chiu. …Continue reading "World’s smallest surviving preemie leaves San Diego hospital weighing a healthy 5 pounds"
By Dave Andrusko Last July, just 24 weeks and three days into her pregnancy, Cara Willis of Tredegar, Wales, suffered a major complication– placental abruption where her placenta had come away from the inside of the wall of her womb. Mrs. Willis’ situation was so dire doctors warned it was possible that neither she nor …Continue reading "River Willis born at 24 weeks, just four days after abortion cut-off limit"
By Texas Right to Life Tammy Lewis is a nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in Temple, Texas. As a respiratory therapist at McLane Children’s Medical Center Baylor Scott & White, Lewis helps babies breathe through the assistance of ventilators and breathing tubes. As CNN reports, this is the very same care that …Continue reading "AMAZING: Texas NICU nurse helps premature babies at the same hospital that saved her life"
By Dave Andrusko After five months of treatment, an amazing baby boy, thought to be the smallest male newborn ever to survive and be released healthy, is now home and “feeding normally.” Keio University Hospital in Japan said it discharged the unnamed baby last week, “two months after his initial due date,” CBS News reported …Continue reading "World’s tiniest surviving boy goes home"
By Dave Andrusko By definition, when a micropreemie survives and thrives it is a miracle. The hurdles and obstacles and potential problems are mind-boggling. But even by that arduous standard, Layla Daly’s arrival home in time for Christmas after 115 days in the hospital is jaw-dropping. It’s not just that she was born three months …Continue reading "Parents reject abortion; preemie defies incredible odds, and is home for Christmas"
“An honest-to-God miracle” By Dave Andrusko When micropreemies, such as Rowan Breyts, are born so tiny and so fragile, it requires a lot of parental fortitude and faith not to give into gloom-and-doom diagnoses. But after a 209 day stay in a neonatal unit, the little boy whom doctors gave less than a 1% chance …Continue reading "Given less than 1% chance to survive, preemie now healthy and home with mom and dad"
By Sarah Terzo From an article in National Right to Life News Today: “The results of a massive study of nearly 5,000 extremely premature babies published last Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the survival rate of babies born at 22 and 23 weeks increased substantially if hospitals actively treat the …Continue reading "If actively treated, 25% of babies born at 22 weeks survive"
By Dave Andrusko “I’ll be home for Christmas” will always have a special meaning for Sussie Bea Patrick. And no doubt chocolate bars will always be her favorite candy. Born in June, four months early, Sussie has left the Neo Natal unit at Arrowe Par hospital in Northwest England and will celebrate her first Christmas …Continue reading "Tiny one pound, one ounce baby overcomes grim prognosis, will be home with her family to celebrate her first Christmas"
By Dave Andrusko As any reader of NRL News Today already know, we are mesmerized by stories of very premature babies beating the odds. For one thing, it emphasizes the common humanity these little ones share with us. For another, it reminds us of the inherent schizophrenia of abortion where a baby down the hall …Continue reading "Possibly the youngest surviving preemie doing well at 4 years old"