Parents sue over handling of twin’s remains

My daughter was reading the Omaha World Herald to me yesterday while I was driving. The story on the front page caught her eye not only because because it was about preemie twins, but because the family included a Mallory and a Macy, the same names (although Macie is spelled different) of my twins.

Victor and Jill McCall and family

Victor and Jill McCall were told in utero that one of their twins had died and that the other would likely die soon after birth. But the one twin survived – a true miracle. And the deceased twin was disposed off against the parents’ wishes as they wanted to cremate the remains for a memorial. Thus why they are now suing Dr. Andrew Robertson and the Methodist Women’s Hospital in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Kim Rowley is the mother of preemie twin daughters, Macy and Mallory, born January 27th, 1994 over 13 weeks early weighing 2 pounds each. She calls them her "million dollar miracle babies." Follow Kim on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.