Mom awakes from coma to find she's had a baby

"He showed her a picture of her baby, and she followed the picture," Giles said. "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."

The family says Sharista was blinking and squeezed their hands when they tickled her. Her prognosis is uncertain, but the family hopes to bring 'Baby L' to see her when he is released from the neonatal intensive car unit at the University of Tennessee Medical Center. 

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