Finding out you’re pregnant is one of the most exciting moments in any woman’s life. But when you find out you’re pregnant after going through infertility and struggling with in vitro fertilization it’s even more exciting. For one woman, however, it turned out to be far more exciting than she ever would have imagined…38-year-old Judith Nwokocha had struggled to get pregnant for 8 years before she finally went through the in vitro fertilization process. But she was definitely not expecting what she found out when she went in for her first ultrasound. Or what came after it…
Waiting so long to get pregnant can be a daunting process and it can be nerve-wracking going through it month after month and year after year. But starting in vitro can be even more terrifying for some. Still, she and her husband were ready to have a child and wanted to do whatever it took to succeed.
Judith found out at her ultrasound appointment that she was actually having twins, not just one baby. Like any new mother she was excited but nervous. But this was only one part of what they had to tell her. Even the news that one or both of her twins might have Down Syndrome was only the beginning of the surprises she would have later on.
The adorable boy has attracted thousands of likes on social media. Recently, many photos of babies with lovely expressions such as cool faces, bewilderment, or even smiling have been shared, proving that not everyone is born with “closed eyes, crying mouths” as people think. And recently, the image of another newborn baby with a series […]
EXCLUSIVE: Pregnant Jennifer Lawrence shows off her bump while house hunting in NYC with husband Cooke Maroney ahead of arrival of first child They are soon to become first-time parents. And it seems that Jennifer Lawrence and husband Cooke Maroney are now looking for a new nesting home in New York City. On Friday, the 31-year-old heavily pregnant […]
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., seems to have sealed the fate of President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better bill on “Fox News Sunday,” when he announced that he is a “no” on the legislation. “I’ve always said if I can’t go home and explain it to the people of West Virginia, I can’t vote for it. I cannot […]