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
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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.
Babies… they are a blessing but sometimes their timing can be a little questionable. But for one Kentucky mom, gridlock on the highway amplified the baby’s untimely arrival forcing her to deliver her first child in the back seat of the family’s car! The traffic jam, however, wasn’t a result of regular Thursday traffic. President Obama was in Louisville to tour a technology company, and deliver an economic speech – which meant the highway was closed to locals passing through the city.
Born on March 4th without a nose, Eli Thompson might look a little different from other newborns. And, even though his abnormality came as a complete shock, his mother, Brandi McGlathery, says he’s the picture of perfection.
Nina Langely, from Buckingham, had been experiencing shoulder and rib pain for weeks. Assured it was just a part of her pregnancy, she continued to deal with the pain. Then it became so unbearable that she believed she might be going into early labor.
Yasmin and Michael Burley would give anything for just one sleepless night with a crying baby. But it’s very unlikely that will ever happen for them because their son, Tate, was born with Miller-Dieker Lissencephaly syndrome, a brain disorder so rare that its prevalence is unknown.
Most of the time, when we share stories of babies being born in toilets, it’s because they’ve been abandoned. That’s not the case with the story of an Indian baby who somehow miraculously survived after being born in a train toilet, only to land on the tracks below.