"Everyone was just so shocked," George's mother, Jade Packer, 21, told BBC News, of the surprising birth six weeks ago.
"When his head was out that's when they realized he was so big," Packer said. "When his shoulders got stuck, that when everything kicked off. There was about 20 odd doctors in the room. That's when it got really scary."
Doctors gave George a 10 percent chance of survival and transferred him to another hospital for observation. But six weeks later, George is home with his parents, who have had to pack up most of the tiny baby clothes they had originally purchased.
Watch the BBC News report here.
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