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Heart warming video of ‘miracle’ baby goes viral

A video of a miracle baby goes viral after surviving 107 days of staying in Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in a hospital in USA.


The said video is a gift made by Benjamin Miller for his wife Lindsey who celebrated her 32nd birthday that happened to be the first anniversary of the day when their baby Ward came home from hospital.

Ward was born three and a half months premature and weighed only 1.5 pounds.

Link to the video here

Reports said that Lindsey was at work when she experienced cramps and thought it was because of her workout every morning.

However, it turned out that it was her time to deliver. Lindsay's delivery took four hours after she was confined in a hospital. 

Huffington Post’s regarding the said video garnered almost 50,000 shares on Facebook while the video itself has 250,000 views in Vimeo.

Based on Lyndsey’s story, the doctors had to scan her baby’s brain ten days after she gave birth due to possibilities of internal bleeding.

According to Benjamin, they felt devastated as doctors confirmed Ward's  critical condition and it might lead to worst problem.

However, they were overwhelmed as miracle knocked on the door when Ward opened his eyes and turned his little head to them.

“I will never forget that moment. I feel as if he was telling us 'I'm okay!!! Don't give up on me!” Ben said in his journal.

Now, Ward is in his one year and four months and has been trying to walk. Ben said his baby can now speak few words and he’s so proud that his family can bring inspiration to others.

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