Talk about the power of a mother's touch.
Kate Ogg gave birth to twins at 27 weeks -- a girl named Emily, and Jamie, a boy. Emily was fine, but Jamie suffered complications from the premature birth and was declared dead.
But he's not now. He's very much alive.
When doctors left the baby alone with his parents to say their goodbyes, Kate hugged the tiny baby to her chest. She stayed that way, skin-to-skin for two hours, during which time she started to feel signs of life from him.
"I told my mum, who was there, that he was still alive. Then he held out his hand and grabbed my finger," Ogg said on Australian television show Today Tonight.