When Doctors Said This Baby Wouldn’t Live, God Showed Them Who Was REALLY In Charge

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Born at only 23 weeks and weighing in at just a little over a pound, this adorable little boy’s miraculous story and fight to live will leave you in tears. I just love this!

Doctors said it wouldn’t be possible, but this incredible little boy has proven them all wrong. This story of God’s miraculous ways will leave you in tears.

The emotional rollercoaster began when Becky Frolek began to feel a sharp pain while pregnant with little Trevor, on Aug. 12, 2014. She was rushed to the hospital. But to their dismay, the tiny little boy was born into the world.

And he faced hundreds of challenges. When he was born, little trevor couldn’t eat, breathe, or virtually do anything on his own. He was 100% dependent on the loving care of his incredible doctors and nurses. His mom was afraid to see him, because she couldn’t bear the thought of losing him. But the nurses convinced her to see him, and she was pleasantly surprised at what she found. The loving mama explained:

“It was scary but he was more human-like than I expected. All his fingers, all his toes, everything was there just so tiny. His skin was so transparent and fragile.”

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