Skip to comments.Mom's "miracle child" is a bundle of joy.
Posted on 12/13/2012 6:21:56 AM PST by Melinda in TN
An infant who stood a zero chance at a normal life after weighing only 1 pound, 13 ounces at birth is redefining what normal looks like with the loving support of his mother.
Lolita Harris carried her son, Paxton, for just 26 weeks before his premature birth on Aug. 22, 2009. He was scheduled to arrive as late as Nov. 25. But when he water suddenly broke weeks early, Lolita went into labor for 72 hours, afraid her child would not survive to enjoy a single day.
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This child would be a dead baby under 0bamacare.
Oh, and to add insult to injury, the child’s death wouldn’t even have been counted as an “infant mortality” under socialist healthcare because of its age.
That is why I’m glad to live in the Bible Belt. I really hate what Obama is doing to the good people of the country. Stories like this will become increasingly rare.
The evil left will never admit that a child is a child and not a fetus at 26 weeks.
“’Do not give any of your children to be sacrificed to Molech, for you must not profane the name of your God. I am the LORD.
Of course, you’ll hear out of the left that “it’s not a child” or “that’s Old Testament, do you eat shellfish?”.
I know it’s not a guy word, but that boy is adorable.
You can say back to them, rather OBEY God’s law over human laws.
I thank God for our 'miracle child' daily.
You are correct.
It’s the miracles that push the envelope. What was once a heroic life saving measure become normal and customary.
Was searching and found.
1967 First Heart Transplant 45 years later 3500 per year worldwide.
We learn by trying and taking some risks.
The alternative to saving life is death.
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