William Brentlinger was supposed to be still-born, but the boy and his twin, Reagan, came into the world on Dec. 17. William lived only 11 days, but a photographer captured images of the siblings together in their first days.
Parents Lyndsay and Matthew Brentlinger, of Northwood, Ohio, said they found out at 23 weeks that William would be still-born, 13abc reported.
“With twins you have frequent ultrasounds,” Lyndsay told the news channel. “They said we just see something abnormal with the heart and sent me to maternal fetal medicine.”
Lyndsay said the left side of his heart wasnt functioning when he was born, and he just had a bunch of abnormalities.
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