After 7 Miscarriages, She Gave Birth But He Had No Pulse. Here's Proof Miracles DO Happen
January 11, 2017
Trisha Long Bell posted the following picture on Facebook and shared with it the inspiring story about the birth of her son who was born without a heartbeat. After he went more than 10 minutes without getting any oxygen to his brain, she was told to "pull the plug."
Here's proof that miracles DO happen...
Facebook/Trisha Long Bell/Love What Matters
"My baby was born with no heartbeat. No oxygen to the brain. No pulse. He was revived after 11 long minutes. He was diagnosed with severe brain damage. I remember it like it was yesterday, being told my son would have no quality of life.. being told to just 'pull the plug.' I remember sitting in the hospital, praying, hoping, crying. I remember wanting to fix him. I remember feeling so useless, my body had failed my son. I felt broken. As I sat next to his bed trying to figure out what I could do to help him, I finally realized there WAS something I could do. As his mother, I knew I could provide the very most important thing that no one else could offer, MY MILK! I didn't nurse my oldest son, Urijah, for more than 3 months. So with Ezrah I knew this was what I needed to do, without question, no matter how hard it got. He was fighting for his life, and this was the only way I could truly give him my all! I didn't know if my milk would do much for his injury, but I had so much faith that it would. I had no idea how quickly I would learn the power of Mothers Milk. It is simply, pure MAGIC! And Now, 14 months later, I know my milk has played a part in healing my child's brain injury. I KNOW it. Women's bodies are SO incredible. The way we are so connected to our children. The way our bodies know exactly what to do during child birth. The way we heal... And then we choose to do it all over again! It's incredibly beautiful. This picture shows MY MILK healing his little brain. I've had 7 miscarriages and this baby is my miracle along with my 3 year old. This picture will forever be so close to my heart."
This is baby Ezrah one year later:
Instagram / Trisha Bell
"He fought so hard. He succeeded. He's proof that miracles happen. I remind myself often, How lucky are we to be able to witness something so incredibly amazing. Although I don't understand why we were given these challenges, I know without a doubt that our Ezrah has a gigantic purpose on earth. This boy has only begun moving mountains."
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