Miracle-tiny-baby-700x420 Courtesy of Elizabeth Hutchinson

Story from the Epoch Times:

"A resilient baby who was born at 21 weeks has defied a zero percent chance to live. Beating the unimaginable odds, the now-7-month-old is one of the youngest babies in the world to survive."

"Elizabeth and her husband, Rick Hutchinson, who hail from Somerset in Wisconsin, were elated to find out that they were pregnant in February 2020 after the couple had struggled to conceive.

"However in June, as the expectant mom experienced some discomfort, doctors found that Elizabeth was already 3 centimeters dilated. On June 5, 2020, at 21 weeks and 2 days, baby Richard was born weighing less than a pound (approx. 454 g).

""When I first saw Richard I was very nervous and scared," Rick told The Epoch Times via email. "I was not sure if he was going to make it, yet I was amazed how small and fragile he was."

"With no access to neonatal programs near the Hutchinsons' family house, Richard was transferred to The Mother Baby Center, a partnership between Children's Minnesota and Allina Health, to a Level IV neonatal program.

"However, doctors at the Children's Minnesota in Minneapolis weren't sure if Richard, who could fit into the size of a palm, would make it.

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