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An Eye-Opening Video Captures 1 Second From Each Day of This Preemie's First Year

When Lillian was born six weeks early, her family hoped for the best, but also mentally prepared for the worst. While doctors reassured her worried parents that their tiny fighter would be okay, her dad, Brad Mitchell, didn't take any second with Lillian for granted. Despite her initial stay at the hospital, he decided to record videos each day that he and his wife had with their cherished baby, even as it became clearer that the days would turn into years.
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