It’s a legal and emotional drama that has gripped South Africa, and now a judge has ruled. A pair of 5-year-old children – known only as “Girl M” and “Boy Z” – will stay with the families who have raised them since birth and not be returned to their biological parents. The court ruling says that the children now live with their “psychological” parent and will be considered to have been adopted by the parent that brought them up.
Tag: "Unusual Birth Stories"
It has been said(and proved) many times that babies will come when(and where) they want. One little guy further proved this to be true by arriving on a Brooklyn sidewalk on Sunday evening.
With her due date in December, Emily Morgan was cleared for the trip aboard a cruise ship with her husband, Chase, and three-year-old daughter, Chloe. But by the second night at sea, it became clear that Emily wasn’t going to make it to her due date; she wasn’t even going to make it to shore.
We all know that some babies just won’t wait to be born; the fifth child of a mother from California just so happened to be one of the impatient ones. As a result, the mother was left to deliver her baby on a sidewalk in Irvine on Sunday.
Since the beginning of the war in 2011, an estimated 4 million people have been forced from their homes in Syria, and more than 200,000 have been killed. A new mother and her unborn child would have joined those scores of victims, had it not been for the skilled and speedy hands of some very amazing doctors who managed to save both after an explosion.
The connection between twins can be uncanny. In fact, we’ve witnessed it time and again, twin sisters getting pregnant and giving birth right around the same time. Recently, Jessica and Joyce joined the ranks after giving birth within just three hours of each other
Gordon Allan Lake and his husband, Manuel Valero, already had a son, Alvaro, through surrogacy in India two years ago. When they decided it was time to expand their family, the couple turned to Thailand.
What should have been a quick trip to Hong Kong to see her brother married ended up being both a joyous and stressful ordeal for Wendy Morrow. At seven months pregnant, she’d been cleared to travel, but while at Hong Kong International, her water broke. Shortly after, her son, Kyuss, was born at Princess Margaret Hospital and placed in ICU.
The miracle of life isn’t lost on Seema Tailor-Bulsara as she cradles her son. In fact, she’s able to see not just the miracle of her son’s life, but also her own. Because, at five months pregnant with her son, Seema learned that she had breast cancer.