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When A New Mom Falls Into A Coma, Her Baby Does This to Save Her Life

A young mother falls into a near-fatal coma, and her newborn baby proves that love triumphs over death.


If all it takes is a baby’s cries to wake a mother up from the cold sleep of a near fatal coma, it just proves love triumphs even over death.

A new mother from North Carolina had just given birth by emergency C-section to a beautiful little girl.

However, hours after the procedure, she still wouldn’t wake up, and doctors began to worry they might lose her.

Doctors had done all they could for 23-year-old Shelley Cawley, and despite her family and friends praying for her to wake up, it didn’t look like she would make it to the next day.

Shelley Cawley slipping deeper into a coma.

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Her husband, Jeremy Cawley, 35, was in shock, and feeling helpless just standing by her bedside. Their newborn baby, Rylan was healthy and resting in the hospital’s neonatal ward while her mother was slowly slipping away from them.

Her husband, Jeremy Cawley felt helpless.

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Carolinas HealthCare System NorthEast nurse, Ashley Manus, who was also determined Jeremy and Rylan wouldn’t lose Shelley, thought to put the new baby in close contact with her mother skin-to-skin.

The hospital was a big supporter of skin-to-skin contact for a mother and a new baby. Manus said it brought great benefits to both mother and newborn, and given the desperate circumstances, it didn’t hurt to give it a try.

Manus and Shelley’s ICU nurse stripped baby Rylan and gently laid her down on her comatose mom’s chest, in the hope that somewhere in Shelley’s deep, deep sleep, she would hear her baby, and her instincts would call her back up from her coma.

But Rylan was so comfortable in her mother’s arms, she promptly fell asleep. The nurses attempted to tickle her awake, and even pinched her at one point.

It took all of 10 minutes, but Rylan suddenly let out a wait. And miraculously, it worked.

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Wherever she was in her coma, Shelley responded with a mother’s instinct, and woke up. Her vitals spiked on the monitor, proving that her love for her baby woke her up from the coma.

Shelley slowly wakes up from near death.

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Baby Rylan saved her mother’s life.

While it took a week for Shelley to totally come out of her coma and hold Rylan for the first time since she gave birth, both mother and baby went home from the hospital healthy and without any complications from the deathly ordeal…which only proves that love does conquer death.

Jeremy, Shelley, Rylan with the hospital’s doctors and nurses a year later.

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H/T: Buzzfeed, People, Cosmopolitan


Groom Takes Wedding Vows to the Next Level by Lip Synching Love Song Mash-Up

How much do you love your bride-to-be? Let this groom lip-synch all the ways.

How much do you love your bride-to-be? Let this groom lip-synch all the ways.

Getting married to someone you love can be the pinnacle of your existence, especially if you have a groom like this guy, who feels words aren’t enough to express his love and devotion, he has to render his promises in song. Well, in a lip synch mini-concert, anyway.

Meet Jared Basham, an outgoing and unconventional guy who’s head over heels in love with his bride, Kyndra. Despite his friendly nature, Basham has admitted he isn’t the sort of fellow who’s wholly in touch with his emotions, which sometimes causes him to struggle to express his feelings. Particularly the way he feels about his lovely bride.

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Creative Dad Finds a Wonderful Use for Leftover Crayons From Schools and Restaurants

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Do you ever wonder what happens to leftover crayons?

While out celebrating his birthday with his family in a restaurant in 2011,  Bryan Ware from San Francisco discovered that every leftover crayons gets thrown away.

“I wondered, ‘What happens to these crayons after we leave if we don’t take them with us?’” he told The Mighty.

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Strangers Respond to Facebook Post Seeking Help to Fix a 75-Year-Old Man’s Roof

Now that’s an act of kindness that will restore your faith in humanity, right?


For three months, Richard Dubiel, a man in his mid-70’s, worked on replacing the roof of his house all by himself. Certainly, that is something you wouldn’t expect from an old folk.

Despite his calloused hands and weak knees, the elderly man crouched on his roof to put each shingle down. His kind neighbour David Perez took notice of the old man’s perseverance and posted a photo of the man working on Facebook.

David wanted to find a roofer who could help Richard so he decided to share the old man’s story on Facebook. The power of social media worked its way as  kindhearted strangers volunteered to complete Richard’s unfinished roof, free of charge.

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