Kate Ogg, an Australian mother of two, was aware that there would be complications when she gave birth just 27 weeks into her pregnancy. Her daughter, Emily, survived her premature birth, but her son, Jamie, was pronounced dead 20 minutes after doctors tried to get him to breath. When the doctors delivered the news of Jamie's death to the parents, they were devastated. Kate requested that she wanted to hold him one last time, so he would at least know that his parents loved him before he died. Just as he lay there in her arms, the doctors noticed short, startled movements, which extended for more than two hours. It was at that the parents knew something miraculous occurred.