Mom in coma begins recovery when she hears her baby crying

clayton-shelly-jeremyThe bond between mother and child created a miracle when a North Carolina mom fell into a coma shortly after receiving an emergency cesarean section, and didn’t wake up until she heard the sound of her newborn baby’s cries.

And just prior to the procedure, Shelly Cawley, 23, had a premonition that she may not survive the anesthesia.

“All I remember is, right before I went into C-section, laying on the stretcher, and I was talking to the doctors and the nurses,” she told “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Clayton Morris Sunday.

“And I remember just crying and telling them I was scared that I wasn’t going to wake up afterwards. And it’s eerie to think about now because I didn’t know at the time what was going to happen.”

Her husband Jeremy recalled that when nothing else seemed to revive her, the nurses suggested bringing in their newborn child, Rylan, to see if that would give her something to fight for.

It worked.

“It was that moment where Shelly began to fight for herself,” Jeremy said. “It wasn’t like a miraculous wake-up right away. It was just kind of she started fighting and the machines and the medicine they were using were able to help.”

Hear this amazing story, told in their own words, via Fox News.


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