This picture is from an article called "The Rescuing Hug". The article details the first week of life of a set of twins. Each were in their respective incubators and one was not expected to live. A hospital nurse fought against the hospital rules and placed the babies in one incubator. When they were placed together, the healthier of the two threw an arm over her sister in an endearing embrace. The smaller baby's heart stabilized and temperature rose to normal.

The hug that helped change medicine. Love is love.

The Ryman Twins: Fighting the Odds. In a world that has a “convenience” mindset, the parents of these twins chose not to abort and fought the odds. The doctors did not think that both boys would live, much less live and be healthy. The Rymans didn’t take the “convenience” option and are blessed because of it.

This is a beautiful story about a woman accepting the birth of a baby that wasn't who she expected her to be.

When an old man died in the geriatric ward of a nursing home in an Australian country town, it was believed that he had nothing left of any value. Later, when the nurses were going through his meagre...

This photo is running the world. Twin brothers born in Spain joined hands shortly after birth, and nurses recorded the moment!

***Top 10 Mind-Blowing Images Of Human Life In The Womb *** That doesn't look human? Well, scientifically, it is! It’s growing, so it must be alive. It has human parents, so it must be human. In fact, since fertilization, that zygote has possessed a predetermined sex (it’s a girl!) and her own unique set of human DNA.

What happens to babies born alive after abortion? This is heart wrenching. "...the baby started moving his tiny arms and legs flailing. He started trying to gasp, but was unable to get air into his lungs. His whole body shuddered with his efforts to breathe. We were joined by a neonatalist and I pleaded with both doctors saying, 'The baby is viable — look at his size, look at his skin — he looks much older than 23 weeks.'"

Adoration for a sister

We weren't sisters by birth, but we knew from the start...Fate brought us together to be sisters by heart.

Something so touching about seeing this young boy so beautifully shouldering a lot of responsibility. Sibling babywearing

The mother had cancer of the womb, and her uterus, including her unborn baby inside, had to be removed. This is a ten week old embryo, the photograph was taken by an OB/GYN med student in India named Dr. Suparna Sinha. I felt compelled to pin this purely to share how precious life is even at a mere 10 weeks into it's creation. Just..... wow.Powerful.

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What does a boy need to hear from his sister? Your daughter might not realize what a powerful voice she can have in her brother's life - for years to come. 6 Things Every Brother Needs to Hear From His Sister

50 rules for Dads with daughters... Warning: This will make you cry

Life is so precious

"Two fathers.--My sister had her first son today, I caught a rare moment between two fathers."

old friends ♥

Sometimes you need to just hug it out

words to live by...