Here’s a follow up to an article I posted back in 2011 about a lovely mother who had delivered twins prematurely at 27 weeks. Kate Ogg delivered fraternal twins. One boy and one girl. Unfortunately, the doctor told her the baby boy didn’t make it.
In a world where doctors are just in the beginning stages of learning about the full potential of the human body and mind…it makes us realize how important it is to become fully aware of the process of childbirth and all that it entails.
Now, we can say for sure that a baby and its mother should should never be separated at birth. And we can learn how important it is of having direct physical contact between the two. And, of course, communicating loving words can not hurt at all.
For Kate Ogg and her husband David, the arrival of twins finally fulfilled their wishes to have their first child and become new parents. However, after a premature birth the couple was told their first baby would not make it.
It only takes one person to change the world as this beautiful story with a happy ending tells us. Hopefully, it will cause a few people to reevaluate what we think we really know and learn proper birthing principles.
After both mom and dad cuddled, held, and talked to their baby for hours… the doctor was shocked to see him with his eyes open and begin breathing. Here’s a video every aspiring parent should be required to watch. Running time 4 minutes with nice photos of the children three or four years later: