A tiny Katherine baby, weighing just over 900 grams, came into the world two months early.
Kattleya Roughton is a little fighter who has beaten all the odds.
Mother Chyeanne Morgan was rushed to Darwin hospital to have an emergency caesarean following a routine check up at the doctors.
Her baby was too small, doctors said, and there was a possibility the baby would not continue to grow.
An emergency CareFlight trip had Ms Morgan in the hands of Darwin’s doctors in no time at all.
“When I got to the hospital I was given magnesium and the next morning it was all go to get her out,” Ms Morgan said.
“She looked like a little doll, and my world changed completely when I first held her.
“She is so lucky to be here,” she said.
If everything had gone to plan, Kattleya would have been born just yesterday.
After two months of close supervision at Darwin Hospital, Ms Morgan, her baby and her partner Mathew Roughton are back in Katherine.
But they still have a little way to go before given the all clear to go home.
“We are waiting for her to get to the 2.3kg mark,” Ms Morgan said.
“We are looking forward to getting her home.
“I think she is over hospitals just as much as we are,” she said.