Alex Taylor, 25, was born four months premature weighing just under 2 pounds.
A week after he was born, his mother wrote a letter to a friend, sharing her concerns about whether her infant would survive — and the quality of life he would lead if he did.
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i credit the nfb for doing all that it has done, i know they mean well and try hard.“Despite all the odds, you and Dad keep the faith; I climb aboard and begin to breathe independently,” Taylor wrote. I say thanks knowing this resilience will be tested again and again.” Read the letter in its entirety below: Dear Mum, I recently came across a letter you sent one week after my birth.I am the “Baby Taylor (no name yet)” you speak of, “stable but with so many things happening to such a small, little person”.“She smiled at me, and the chill I’d carried in with me instantly vanished.” They exchanged flirtatious glances all through dinner, seated too far apart for actual conversation.Finally, dessert was done, and Stephen began gathering the nerve to approach her.