For both parties involved, the act of childbirth used to be a very important but perilous phenomenon. The world mortality rate for childbirth has dropped by around 45% since 1990, and as modern medicine grows more adept at noticing and navigating the various complications associated with childbirth, more and more babies are surviving. With that in mind, there aren’t many births today you could describe as miraculous, but for Victoria Bradley and her partner Paul Curran from Fazakerly, north Liverpool, “miracle” is a perfectly apt word for their daughter Francesca.
Had she been born two days earlier, hospitals wouldn’t have considered her viable for treatment, and when she was born, doctors gave her very little chance of survival. In fact, Victoria was given a keepsake of Francesca’s tiny footprints, so sure were the hospital that the premature baby would not survive. Seventeen weeks later, though, and Francesca is alive and kicking, and those tiny footprints have got a whole lot bigger.
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