Kate and David Ogg from Queensland, Australia became parents for the first time in 2010. After trying for a long time to have children, they learned that they were going to have twins.
The twins a boy and a girl, were born prematurely, and the parents were devastated when they heard that their boy had stopped breathing.
- After the birth all medics flocked around Jamie. There were around 20 people in the room. The atmosphere was not good, Katie told the Daily Mail.
- He stopped breathing and his pulse was almost gone. After 20 minutes they stopped working on him, she says.
The boy had already been named Jamie. Parents Katie and David thought this would be the only time they would get to hold the boy and placed him atop of Katie's chest.
David lay down beside them so that they could both say goodbye. Whether it was the warmth and love from his mother that did it is uncertain, but what happened afterwards appears as a miracle.
Little Jamie began to move, and started breathing again. Then doctors and nurses came rushing back to the room and continued revival.
- He suddenly gasped... then he opened his eyes. He was breathing and grabbing Dave's finger.
Had we left him to the doctor to take him out of the room, Jamie would been dead, says Katie.
The rest is history - today Jamie and twin sister Emily are five years old and Jamie is a healthy boy without worries. The couple recently told the twins about the dramatic start of Jamie's life.
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