A Utah woman who unexpectedly gave birth on a cruise ship months before her due date says she wrapped towels around the 1 1/2-pound boy and, with the help of medical staff, managed to keep him alive until the ship reached port.
Emily Morgan, of Ogden, said Thursday that doctors didn’t expect her son Haiden to live, but thanks to strong lungs, a makeshift incubator and an early arrival in Puerto Rico, the baby made it . . .
Morgan, 28, said the baby was due in December but contractions began August 31 during a seven-day cruise around the eastern Caribbean. (Read more from “‘Miracle Baby’: Cruise Ship Nurses Use a Makeshift Incubator to Save Baby Born Three MONTHS Premature” HERE)