"[Her father] showed her a picture of her baby, and she followed the picture," her aunt told ABC News. "When he turned around to put it back on the bulletin board, she turned her neck -- her whole head -- trying to follow and find the picture again."
It's still too early to determine Giles' prognosis, but her family hopes to introduce the new mother to her baby when the newborn is ready to leave neonatal intensive care. The baby is being called Baby L until Giles can name the boy herself.
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