Because of a missing brain, this infant was born and defies all expectations of the doctors. I was born a robust baby, but I died when I was 5.
The life we've lived has been filled with a plethora of heartwarming and odd stories, and this one is particularly poignant. This tale should be included in every heartwarming narrative ever told on the planet, and it is truly one of the stories that will touch your heart as well.
As soon as it was discovered that Britanny was pregnant with a baby who had a significant portion of his brain and skull missing, the doctor advised them to abort the child; however, they refused and decided to give their baby the best chance possible to survive and become a contributing member of society.
Microhydranencephaly was discovered in the brain of a newborn delivered on August 27, 2014, in Orlando, Florida.
When a baby is born without a brain or a skull, it is known as cerebral palsy. Despite the fact that the doctor wasn't sure Jaxon would make it through birth alive, the brave baby managed to let out a tiny cry after he was delivered by C-section at 37 weeks of pregnancy.
However, despite the doctor's warning that Jaxon might not live through his first birthday, the baby lived past that milestone and much beyond it. Despite the fact that his vision was troublesome, his hearing was excellent and he enjoyed a good laugh..
Some people said they should have aborted the pregnancy when they found out they were pregnant, but Jaxon's father responded by stating, "When is choosing life a selfish decision?" Some people said they should have terminated the pregnancy when they found out they were pregnant.
During his first year and a half, Jaxon would pucker his lips to give kisses and reach for his parent and toys, which was one of the most joyful moments for his parents.
Jaxon has continued to exceed doctor's expectations and battle against all odds that he would not live past a year, earning him the moniker 'Jaxon The Strong' in the process.
For Jaxon, death came knocking on April 1st, 2020, when he was the youngest of three children. In North Carolina, the infant was welcomed into the world in complete tranquilly and comfort.. He died in the palm of his father's hand, surrounded by his relatives and parents, all of whom were caring and attentive to him throughout his final days on this earth.
He died showering the family with love, smiles, and sweetness, and, of course, he made his family and everyone who heard his tale a better place to be in their hearts.
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A really heartfelt story!
Instead of aborting their child, they chose to give him a shot at life. Furthermore, they are Christians who believe in the power of hope over despair.
Your parenting skills are impeccable. Your efforts deserve recognition.
Would you have aborted him if you had been his parents?
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