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10.5 oz baby finally goes home
The 17 pound baby born in Russian was shocking, but Kimberly Mueller doesn't know what the big deal was with that. She made headlines for less-much, much less!
The German infant was born during her mother's 25th week of pregnancy and weighed only 10.5 ounces.
Doctors gave the bitsy baby less than a thousand-to-one odds of survival, but after six months and bulking up to a respectable five and a half pounds, the tiny tyke has finally been allowed to go home with her parents.
Kimberly is the smallest baby to ever have been born in Germany and the youngest to survive. The smallest surviving baby in the world was Rumaisa Rahman, who weighed 8.6 ounces, born in Chicago in 2004.
I'm sure Kimberly's parent would agree that good things DO come in small packages!
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