These babies were born in the twenty-third week of pregnancy. There was an 18-gram difference between the two. Despite the doctors’ pessimism, the parents persisted in their efforts to save their children. Each of the twins spent more than a week in the hospital’s critical care unit. less than three weeks after their birth. The doctor told Mom that the babies’ low birth weight made survival unlikely. Medical professionals were concerned about Joe’s preterm amniotic sac rupture.
According to Talia, females have a better chance of survival than boys. The father, now 35, credits his children’s survival to the excellent care they receive at the hospital. This exemplifies why it is critical to seek professional assistance. Mom claims that at first, she couldn’t even embrace her sons for fear of contracting an illness. Another issue was the crumbs’ papery thinness on the outside.
Despite their best efforts to prevent it, they discovered the illness and were eventually able to treat it. Ashley’s pulmonary hypertension was, unfortunately, quite severe. When the twins’ condition improved, they were transferred to a facility closer to their family. Mom waited five weeks before kissing her children. Despite being held for nearly 4 months, the boys were released wearing infant clothing.
Talia, 32, had four children before having Joe and Ashley. This is an excellent new addition to their home. Mom considers her twins to be miraculous due to how well they leap. Seven months have passed since the twins with the smallest birth weights ever recorded were born.
Parents can now enjoy their children’s laughter and play. There is no longer any need to spend time in a medical facility. It’s been said that the kids are true warriors because they overcame adversity as a group and are now able to fully embrace childhood.