Reaching out from her mother Alicia's womb, baby Neveah grips a doctor's fingers – and becomes an internet sensation.
For this incredible moment was caught on camera by the newborn's dad Randy as she was born via Caesarean section.
Soon after Randy, from Glendale, Arizona, posted the touching photograph on Facebook, it received thousands of hits and more than 3,000 likes.
Describing the incredible moment on October 9 last year, Randy told 3TV News: "The doctor called me over and said, 'Hey, she's grabbing my finger'. So I ran over there and just grabbed the shot and I was just in awe looking at it. It was such an amazing picture."
Ironically, wife Alicia is a professional photographer and owns A Classic Pin-Up photo studio.
She posted the photo on her company Facebook page on Boxing Day for family and friends to see and wrote: "This was 10 weeks ago when I was having my c-section and Dr Sawyer broke my water and my daughter reached up out of my stomach and grabbed the Dr's finger and my hubby caught this special moment."
Much to her surprise, the photo has really captured people's imagination and so far it has had 1,500 shares and 400 comments.
"We didn't think we were going to get such positive feedback. We thought we would get more negative 'that's disgusting'", Alicia said.
"Everybody just thought it was the best thing in the world."
Now 11 weeks old, baby Nevaeh - Heaven spelt backwards – is doing very well and enjoying family life with her parents and and two older siblings.
- Week 29
Her head is getting bigger now too, it is attempting to keep up with her fast growing brain! As the brain runs out of space it becomes wrinkled and covered with folds and grooves.</p>
- Week 30
You are probably in your last few weeks of work and your baby is working hard too. He has grown to 33cm long and has little eyebrows. At this stage babies begin to stock up on iron. Boys' testes descend into the scrotum.</p>
- Week 31
Bone marrow is making her red blood cells now instead of her liver. The baby starts breathing in some of her surrounding amniotic fluid in preparation for breathing when she is born.</p>
- Week 32
As the lungs are closer to being fully developed by this stage, babies born at 32 weeks or later have a much better chance than those more premature. Early babies born now usually just require some help to breathe and need to be kept warm.</p>
- Week 33
He weighs nearly 2kg at 33 weeks and is running out of room! Your unborn child can still turn round but hopefully he will decide to keep his head pointing down from now on ready for his impending birth.</p>
- Week 34
Her hearing should be fully developed around now. On the subject of hearing, your family could try pressing their ears to your tummy to see if they can hear the baby's heartbeat. It is possible if you get the right place!</p>
- Week 35
Fat is growing under his skin now and he's getting plumper all the time. He starts to look more pink and his skin will appear less loose and wrinkled as he fills out.</p>
- Week 36
Her bones are getting harder towards the end of your pregnancy but her skull bones stay soft to help with delivery. She is now making cortisone which helps her to breathe when she is out in the air.</p>
- Week 37
By now most of the lanugo and vernix has gone from the skin and been swallowed by the baby. This is why his first poo (called meconium) will be so different to any other poo you will see!</p>
- Weeks 38 - 40
If your baby arrives from now onwards it would be considered full term. On average babies weigh between 2.7 to 4.1kg at birth. It gets quite cramped in there when your baby is fully grown - this baby certainly looks keen to have a nice stretch!</p>
- Week 40
Overdue babies are bigger than others of course, and their skull bones are harder, which can make giving birth more difficult. They are often more alert and lively too, and probably extra keen to meet you as they have been waiting longer!</p>
- Week 28
Congratulations, you are in the third and final trimester of your pregnancy! Your baby should now weigh about 1kg. The hair on his head will now be getting longer and thicker.</p>