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Woman Gives Birth to 12oz's Baby

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..i mean, she gave birth to a 12 ounce baby.

 

:lol:

 

that's a tiny friggin baby!

 

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Texas Woman Gives Birth to 12-Ounce Baby

 

HOUSTON (AP) - A Texas couple has given birth to twin girls, including one who is one of the tiniest babies ever delivered. Dodie and Vaughn Walpole's daughters were born on Feb. 11, about two months premature. Trinity weighed 2.8 pounds at birth, and Kylie was 12 ounces.

``She will fit in the palm of your hand - my husband's wedding ring fits over her arm and her leg,'' Dodie Walpole said of Kylie. ``She's a fighter. It's amazing.''

Despite their size, Kylie and her sister are doing well.

Though most infants born at that weight and size typically need help breathing, neither baby required a respirator.

 

``Everything is developed,'' said Dr. Rose Hernandez, a neonatologist who is treating the girls at the Woman's Hospital of Texas in Houston. ``Her brain is fine, her lungs are fine, her kidney is fine, her heart is fine, everything is perfect.''

 

The couple live in Tomball, northwest of Houston. After a decade of being unable to conceive, Dodie Walpole sought help from a fertility specialist. Now that they have two healthy girls, the couple is satisfied they probably won't have more.

 

``Two is enough,'' Dodie Walpole told the Houston Chronicle for a Friday story.

 

http://cnn.netscape.cnn.com/news/story.jsp...066.htm&sc=1110

 

 

Congratulations, 12oz, on your new baby..

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Originally posted by !@#$%

``She will fit in the palm of your hand - my husband's wedding ring fits over her arm and her leg,'' Dodie Walpole said of Kylie.

 

Wow. That's insane.

 

My woman nannies for a set of triplets that were premature when born. I think they each weighed under three pounds. 12 ounces is a whole 'nother ballpark, though.

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awww what a great story! im glad to hear they're doing good.

 

12ounces.... oh my how LITTLE!!! but shes precious telling from those pictures!!!

 

my son was barely 4 pounds.... delivered 2 months early.... now he's almost 18 lbs... and is almost 6 months old!!!!!!

 

and PMB....... she nannies for triplets?? that is INSANE! one baby is hard enough! kudos to her!

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Guest krie

Is the baby alive ?

I know it sounds mean but if i was the parents i wouldnt want it to live.. The baby would have so many troubles through life , health wise.

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Originally posted by Mr. ABC

they should name the baby boogie hands.

 

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:lol: wonk.

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Originally posted by krie

Is the baby alive ?

I know it sounds mean but if i was the parents i wouldnt want it to live.. The baby would have so many troubles through life , health wise.

 

 

did you read the post? it said they are perfectly HEALTHY. babies much bigger than them at full term still need resporators and these babies at a whopping 12oz DIDNT. that goes to show how STRONG they are. theres nothing wrong with being born little, especially if your a twin. its normal. you think that just because they're under a pound they're going to be grown up with all these complications and shit??? most likely they're going to get the care they need in the hospital for a few weeks maybe even 2 months to go full term... they're going to be nurtured and taken special cared of in an intensive care unit for infants, and in no time the weight will come on, and they'll be free to go home to live normal healthy lives.

 

i cant fucking beleive he said he'd want those babies dead if they were his kids.

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