I was touched by this tale of a babies touch.
Less than two weeks after giving birth, Emma De Silva was hit by a car as she took her newborn for a walk. Yoshi her husband, was told his wife would either die or live with brain injuries for the rest of her life. What doctors didn’t count on, however, was the extraordinary connection between mother and child and the healing power of the baby’s touch.
Melissa Doyle follows the inspiring, powerful and emotional story.
I found this Sonnet about a baby’s touch and immediately wanted to share it.
Click here to visit VoicesNet.com to read the poem called “a baby’s touch – sonnet” by Liliana Negoi, Romania
The topic Touched was selected for us this week by Will Knott with two ‘t’s. Now why not check out what has touched him and all the other active members this week: Delirious, Maxi, Maria/Gaelikaa, Maria SilverFox, Padmum, Paul, Ramana, Shackman speaks, The Old Fossil, Will Knott.
Very moving, thank you!
I am crying now. What a wonderful story, and such a beautiful baby!
Celia – You are welcome.
Judy – I found it very moving too.
There’s just so much about the human brain and mind we do not yet understand – stories like this certainly keep us searching for answers. Yep – that’s definitely a touching tale.
Very touching indeed, in every meaningful sense of the word. To have a child is to know the truth of this beautiful story. Thank you.
This is a story that reaches in and squeezes the heart.
Blessings ~ Maxi
You do know how I get touched by babies. This is beautiful. Thank you.
I have heard of similar incidents which were reversed. I heard of a baby who was doing poorly until they put it’s twin sibling in the same crib with it. The sickly baby immediately began to rally. I do believe in the power of touch!
Shackman – Once I saw this video, all other ideas for the topic evaporated.
Fossie – Some stories really touch your heart, this certainly touched mine.
Maxi – It sure does.
Ramana – It would take a very cold heart, not to be moved by this story.
Delores – I remember the story of the twins, I think I even blogged about it. Thanks for reminding me.