Talia’s waters ruptured at 23 weeks on April 16, 2019, and her babies were born prematurely, with their eyes still closed.
Their total weight was 832g.
The physicians were concerned about the babies’ chances of survival.
But miracles do happen.
The twins were in the intensive care unit for 129 days, but thankfully, their condition improved and they were able to be transferred to the hospital adjacent to Talia and Oliver’s home.
There they were still in oxygen masks, they were diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension, this is due to the fact that they were born so early.
“When they grow up, the disease will pass. This is due to the fact that their lungs will become a normal size,” Talia said.
Only in August were the twins released from the hospital. The brothers are in good spirits; at the time, they were the size of three-month-old newborns.
“It was a painful experience, but we are grateful that they are still with us.” It brought us closer together. “Having these amazing youngsters in our home has been such a blessing,” Oliver said.
A wonderful story that demonstrates that even the most difficult situations may have a joyful ending.