In an emotionally powerful video, parents document their premature baby’s first year.

Ward Miles’ first year of life was eventful. He weighed barely 1.5 pounds when he was born three months early and had to be transported to the Neonatal Care Intensive Unit. His father, Benjamin Scot Miller, and mother, Lyndsey, maintained a close check on him throughout those early, difficult months.

Benjamin is a talented photographer who captured some intimate moments between his son and wife while they were in the hospital. “He was born way too soon, and the challenges he had to conquer were enormous, but not greater than our God,” he wrote.

Ward’s parents were overjoyed when he was finally healthy enough to go home after spending his first months in the hospital. Benjamin chose to produce this wonderful movie about Ward’s first year by combining Ward’s early months with the beautiful months that followed.

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