Sharon Grant was in her 28th week of pregnancy when specialists disclosed to her the awful news. Clearly, the infant inside her stomach wasn't as a rule legitimately supported, thus the child has quit developing. They needed to put her under crisis C-area keeping in mind the end goal to spare the child.
At the point when the infant was brought into the world, she was small to the point that she would fit into a grown-up's palm. Pixie Griffiths-Grant measured an insignificant 1.1lbs when she was conceived. In spite of the fact that she was that little, she was securely conveyed, until her temperature began to drop.
Specialists knew they needed to keep her warm immediately, and had just a single thing as a main priority—to spare her regardless. They put a cap over her head, and put her inside a plastic sandwich pack before hurrying her to the emergency unit. Sharon was astonished by their technique yet chose not to intercede.