Transcript for 14-Ounce Premature Baby Gets Christmas Miracle
A premature baby born at a mere 14 ounces. Now, after spending the first six months of life in intensive care, comes the greatest gift a family could ever have this christmas. Here's abc's paula faris. Reporter: He is their ultimate christmas miracle. It's a great feeling to beat the odds. Especially, right in time for christmas. Reporter: Baby connor, who didn't weigh one pound when he was born in june, is finally home from the hospital. I've been dreaming of this day for so many years. Reporter: Connor's parents, holly and eric, spent eight years trying to conceive. Once they did, early complications forced a premature c-section. I didn't know what was happening. They came into my hospital room and said, okay. We're going to prep you for surgery now. Reporter: Connor sorensen was delivered at only 24 weeks and weighed just 14 ounces, becoming the smallest baby ever born at florida hospital. I literally took my wedding ring off, put it around his leg. And there was still plenty of room. Reporter: His chances of survival, about one in three, acording to his doctor. The doctors were saying, you know, some babies make it. But most don't. Reporter: He underwent five interest at surgeries, countless medication. But today, at 6 1/2 pounds, baby connor has beaten the odds and given his family the best gift they could ever ask for. It's a christmas miracle. Didn't even get a chance to wrap any other gifts. He's the main one under the tree this year. Reporter: For "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. Wow. You think about his wedding ring. So small. Didn't even -- it fit easily over his leg. That's extraordinary. Mom works in the nicu. It's so hard for parents. What a year we had here at "gma." We're going to celebrate it right now.
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