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Little girl born so small doctors swaddled her in BUBBLE WRAP to keep her warmA little girl born so tiny doctors swaddled her in BUBBLE WRAP to keep her warm has just started nursery school. Weighing just 1lb 11oz –

less than a bag of sugar – Hope Prestleton, now three, was in grave danger when she arrived four months early in February 2012. Medics warned her parents Tracie and Mark that, should the she survive, she may grow up disabled. But the infant fought back from several heart attacks on her own and is now considered to be above average for her

age and in September, she enjoyed her first day of nursery school. Recovered: Tracie with her daughte

r Hope (Image: PA Real Life) Tracie said: When I saw Hope for the first time she was so small. Doctors

said because she came so early she was in a lot of danger and there was a risk she might not survive at all. If she did survive she could end up disabled. We took it day by day. Once or twice her heart even stopped but she recovered on her own. Doctors said she was so strong, so I bought her a Superman babygro. But it didnt fit until she got home from hospital. She was strong but

small. Tiny: Hope Prestleton was born four months early (Image: PA Real Life) Little Hope arrived nearly four months early after her mums waters leaked. Three days prior her birth her mum, a supermarket manager from Birmingham, was admitted to Heartlands Hospital for monitoring. The 32-year-old said: The doctors said my baby showed no signs of distress so I went home. But then I woke up in pain and told my fiance Mark to take me back to the hospital. There, Hope was born by emergency caesarean section. Small: Hope Prestleton weighed less than a bag of sugar when she was born (Image: PA Real Life) Tracie added: After Hope was born they took her awa

y to check her. Doctors said she didn’t need to be ventilated as she was really strong and could breathe on her own. I thought: ‘that’s good,’ but they said it was very unusual. To keep her warm, doctors wrapped Hope in bubble wrap and she had a line put in to feed her medication. But when her heart stopped several times after, she recovered within seconds without their help. Schoolgirl: Hope Prestleton is now able to go to school having recovered from being premature (Image: PA Real Life) Tracie said: Everyone called her a miracle. Hopes heart slowed down and stopped several times but while doctors tried to interfere she recovered within seconds. She was only on a ventilator for nine days whereas other babies born around 25 weeks tend to be on them for months. She was well enough to leave the hospital three weeks earlier than planned too. Other premature babies born when Hope was stayed in for months longe

r than her.” We were scared about bringing her home. We thought: ‘will somethi

ng happen to her now?’ We worried things would go down-hill unexpectedly, but nurses said she was above average. Happy: Hope has been smiling since she battled back from medics worries (Image: PA Real Life) T

racie was so impressed with her daughters fighting spirit and fast recovery, she bought Hope a Superman babygro - though it didnt fit her until weeks later. Hope weighed 4lbs 6oz

s when she left the hospital and, months on, nurses doing health checks said she was healthy and above average for a premature baby. Now, the toddler is full of energy

and loves playing with older brother, Alex, five, and jumping around in muddy puddles like her favourite storybook character Peppa Pig.

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