Born premature on Jan. 9, she came three months before her due date. Weighing in at 1 pound, 4 and two-thirds ounces, Isabella's hands were the size of a quarter and her head the size of a racquetball.
Doctors told her mother, Kim, that because Isabella was so weak, breast milk would increase her chances of survival. So Kim started to pump immediately, the baby's father said.
"Barely anything came out," Jerry Sciulli of Pittsburgh, Pa., said. "Barely anything. She would tap the bottle to get...Full Story