7 Miracle Babies To Warm Your Heart Today

I will survive.

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1. Odds against her

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Jason & Jennifer Schiraldi were told "there was no sperm in your sample" — but in fact, there was a single sperm in Jason's body.

The result was Kenley, the Schiraldi's happy, healthy 1-year-old girl.

2. The "Wee Miracle"

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Katrina Dorroch's baby was expected to die — but was saved by the last minute intervention of Scottish doctors.

"We know how lucky we are to have our wee miracle," Katrina told parentdish.co.uk last year.

3. One of the smallest babies ever born.

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Nikki Moore's daughter Kenna was born at just 272 grams, or 9 ounces, according to Babble.

4. A big heart.

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The Daily Mail reports: "Ms Cardenas was given three difficult options — abort the baby, carry her to term knowing she would die, or have doctors to construct a hole in her baby’s chest shortly after birth in an attempt to make room for the heart."

5. This Romanian miracle is shipping up to Boston.

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According to the AP:

"Baby Andrei was born with almost no intestines, and has confounded medical opinion by still being alive, and even kicking, 8 months later. Now there's hope for another miracle. The Romanian infant has received offers for a complicated intestine transplant, an operation not performed on babies in Europe, from Harvard Medical Hospital in Boston."

6. Saved by a mother's snuggle.

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According to the Mirror:

"Baby Adam was just 24 hours old when he stopped breathing and suffered violent seizures because of a brain infection. He slipped into a coma and was placed on life support.

Parents Charlotte and Chris Cheshire from Telford, Shropshire, were told to say their goodbyes and take a final photo of their son. But Adam astounded medics when he showed signs of life after a cuddle from his mum.

Now aged 16 months he has taken his first steps."