W hen a woman becomes a mother, she wishes never to be parted from her baby. But not all the babies are so lucky. This is the story of a baby girl who was left in the bathroom of a hospital by her mother, and who found her mother in the nurses of the hospital.
In 1922, Denise Ehredt with other nurses found a baby girl in the washroom of the hospital. She weighed only 3 pounds and was weak and fragile.
The nurses named the cute baby found in the bathroom of the hospital as "Katie". It was told that she was found in a shopping bag with a few blankets and other clothes.
The nurses took great care of the little baby girl. Soon enough, she found a new family, home and new parents who were more than happy to take care of her.
All grown now, baby Katie has a new name. She came to inquire about the nurses who used to work in the hospital 20 years ago, and she found them. Nurse Denise remembered her and was very happy to see her grown into a beautiful woman now.
This is a coincidence that baby Katie returned to the same Salem Hospital when she required medical attention for the swelling of her pancreas.
It is evident that there is a different connection between the two, Denise Ehredt and Katie. The former says it is due to a mother's instinct which is inside her.
Despite the fact that her parents abandoned her at such a young age, she has no hard feelings for them. She thinks it was for the good, she has had a wonderful life and aspires to become a paediatrician so that she can help kids in the manner similar to the nurses.