How Preemie Moms Are Chosen by Erma Bombeck Did you ever wonder how the mothers of premature babies are chosen? Somehow, I visualize God hovering over Earth, selecting his instruments for propagation with great care and deliberation.
Doctors gave my 20oz baby up for dead ... but I saved her life with this cuddle
“Often people ask, “How can you say you’re blessed to have a son with Down syndrome?” My outlook on life has forever changed. I see my own challenges differently. He’s always showing me that life is so much bigger than self.
Someone made an excellent recommendation. She thinks they should make a Barbie with no hair so that every little girl fighting cancer can feel beautiful. Dress the Barbie in pink, name her HOPE and send all proceeds from sales to Children's Hospital.
So many people post pictures of girls with skinny bodies, tanned skin and long hair and of guys with huge muscles and tanned skin. This picture is of a little girl with cancer who is smiling and being happy. In my opinion, she is far more beautiful.
Rare Set Of "Mono Mono" Twins Hold Hands Moments After Birth- Such births are called monoamniotic, or “mono mono.” The identical twin girls shared the same amniotic sac and placenta. Doctors say they occur in about one of every pregnancies.
Sonia (left) and her sister Sharon, have both had two children who look remarkably different from each other. A rare genetic fluke means they both have one child with blonde hair and pale skin and another with brown hair and darker skin