Palm Sized Baby Home

Palm Sized Baby Home, Melinda star Guido new years,  Palm-sized baby going home, Palm-sized Baby Among The World’s Smallest. Doctors say one of the smallest babies ever born, Melinda Star Guido, is nearly ready to go home. At birth, she weighed only 9 ½ ounces and could fit in the palm of her doctor’s hand. Since the baby is improving, the hospital is planning to release her.

At birth, Melinda Star Guido was so tiny she could fit into the palm of her doctor’s hand. Weighing just 9 1/2 ounces — less than a can of soda — she is among the smallest babies ever born in the world. melinda star guido 4 pounds,

Most infants her size don’t survive, but doctors are preparing to send her home by New Year’s.

Melinda was born premature at 24 weeks in late August and is believed to be the second-smallest baby to survive in the U.S. and third smallest in the world. She spent the early months cocooned in an incubator in the neonatal intensive care unit in Los Angeles.

Despite hurdles, Melinda lived to her original Thursday due date. Doctors say it is too early to say how she will fare developmentally and physically when she grows up.

For now, her 22-year-old mother sits at her bedside almost every day and stays overnight whenever she can.

On Wednesday, Haydee Ibarra caressed Melinda through the portholes of the incubator where nurses pinned up a homemade sign bearing her name. Now 3 ½ months old and weighing 4 pounds, Melinda gripped Ibarra’s pinky finger and yawned.

“Melinda, Melinda,” she cooed at her daughter dressed in a polka dot onesie. “You’re awake today.”

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