Baby Girl Is Born 6 Weeks Early — Then Nurse Puts A Camera In Her Incubator

He was half a world away, deployed in Iraq, when he heard that his 6 week old little girl was being transferred to the NICU.  Fortunately for him, little ‘Angel Eyes’ were about to change everything.

With thanks to a monetary grant awarded to University of Kansas Hospital from Royal Charities that is worth $73,000, a new baby-watching program created specifically to study newborns has been implemented.

The hospital program is named ‘Angel Eyes’ and is specific to premature newborns, where parents are able to see their infants through their mobile screens – anytime, anywhere. How amazing is that?

Check out the news report below!

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