Aaliyah Hart, the smallest baby born in Britain, was given just a one percent chance of survival when she was born weighing only 12 ounces in 2003. Now, she’s a young woman celebrating her fourteenth birthday. Lorraine Hart and her husband Ricardo struggled to become pregnant for 10 years before Aaliyah. Show More Summary
Aaliyah Hart was given a slim chance to live, but her mother refused to abort the child and now she's thriving as a 14-year-old.
When Aaliyah Hart looks at the baby clothes she once wore, she can hardly imagine every being that small. The 14-year-old British girl was born weighing just 12 ounces and measuring 7 inches – the smallest baby to ever survive outside the womb in England, the Metro reports. Today, Aaliyah is a healthy, athletic 14-year-old […]
Thank you, Aaliyah Hart, for bringing light into my life.
Aaliyah Hart weighed just 12 ounces when she was born three months premature in 2003. She was the smallest baby ever to be born in Britain – so tiny that she fit in her mother’s hand. However, Aaliyah’s fight to survive began while she was still in her mother’s womb. At roughly 20 weeks gestation, Aaliyah had […]
Doctors frequently suggest abortion to parents in difficult pregnancy situations. That’s what makes decisions like this mother’s 10 years ago so encouraging. Aaliyah Hart weighed 12 ounces and was seven inches long when she was born and she was born three months prematurely with underdeveloped lungs. Now she is a healthy 10-year-old and is a [...]
by Thaddeus Baklinski BIRMINGHAM, July 10, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - When Aaliyah Hart was born in 2003 at City Hospital, Birmingham, three months prematurely, weighing just 12oz and only 7 inches long, and with undeveloped lungs, doctors told her mother that she had a 1% chance of survival. Aaliyah, defying the odds, turned…