During pregnancy, there are various ʀɪsᴋs that can affect the health of the baby and the mother. For this reason, moms-to-be should take greater care of their bodies.
Even with all this care, however, there is a high rate of pregnancies where babies arrive before the scheduled date, surprising mom and dad. These little premature angels run some ʀɪsᴋs. However, they fight with all their strength alongside their parents to win one of the hardest battles and smile as only they know how.
These amazing photos show the most beautiful smiles we have ever seen of the premature babies who came out winners.
- Jesse Coma
The son of Kristine Coma, after 25 weeks of gestation and weighing 990 grams, this little boy came to light up the world.
- Joshua Miller
At just seven and a half months old, he set out to fight alongside his parents, Joshua Miller and Jamie Sterling, to stay united, achieving victory and celebrating with a beautiful smile.
- Carrie Estes
He entered this world weighing 2 kilos, something that at first alarmed the doctors and his parents, the Esteses. Over time, things have improved, and he has become a completely healthy child.
- Freya Vinje
After 28 weeks and weighing only 1.4 kilos, Freya Vinje showed the whole world how happy she was to get through the battle.
- Chambers Goodwin
Jill Chambers posted a picture of her little son, who, at 31 weeks gestation and 3 pounds, was already smiling beautifully.
Natasha Bond showed the difference that time and love can make in premature babies. And for this, she shared a photo of her little daughter, who only weighed 1.6 kilos at birth.
- Alistair Hoffmann
Kate Hoffman, mother of the brave Alistair, shared a photo of their little boy who was born at 34 weeks and weighed 2.4 kilos, but he was totally happy and relaxed.
Ward was born at 5 months, weighing only 700 grams, which caused him to spend 107 days hospitalized. The little boy fought against all odds and, after winning the battle, he smiled like an undisputed winner.
Angela Soilleux, the mother of this little warrior, spent the worst nights of her life in the hospital because her baby was premature and had sᴜꜰꜰᴇʀᴇᴅ a sᴛʀᴏᴋᴇ. The doctors told her that she would never smile, but the little girl loved proving everyone wrong.
Audrey-Lindy Cheatman was not far behind when sharing an image of her beloved granddaughter, who, after two days of birth and weighing 900 grams, already showed how charming her smile was.