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WATCH: Nurse gets her happy ending and adopts baby she helped deliver | IOL

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WATCH: Nurse gets her happy ending and adopts baby she helped deliver IOL_ Lifestyle

Claire Mills was part of a team that helped deliver the little baby boy via an emergency C-section.

According to Good Morning America, it was her second week working at Houston Methodist Medical Center. At the time, she had never given adoption any thought.

For the next three weeks, Mills held little Jackson and fed him as often as she could. But as fate would have it, Jackson was discharged from hospital and returned to his mother.

Not long after, the biological mother made contact with her.

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