At the age of four months, a baby is born and was taken aback when his father placed him in his lap. The boy who became the world’s most premature baby to survive is commemorating his first Thanksgiving at home. Guinness World Records named a boy who weighed to only 15oz at birth as the world’s most premature infant to survive.
Curtis Means, of Alabama, was born on July 5, 2020, when his mother, Michelle Butler, went into labour at 21 weeks and gave birth to twins. We’ll find out her entire story at the end of the Article.
Curtis’s sister Keisha died one day after birth, but Curtis survived while receiving care at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Women’s and Infant Centers Regional NICU Unit. Read the full story here ▶