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WHEN Amanda Murphy went into labour at her home, help wasn’t far away. Miss Murphy’s young daughters Jade, ten, and Natasha, eight, leapt into action as soon as she started to give birth to her baby unexpectedly. The brave girls were the only help on hand as Miss Murphy pushed her baby daughter into the world. Jade took instructions from the 999 operator and Natasha was given instructions from the midwife on her mother’s mobile.
MURPHY. THE LITTLEST MIDWIVES - GIRLS AGE 8 AND TEN DELIVER THEIR MUM'S BABY
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‘Finleigh, come here,’ I panted, trying to catch my 13 month old son. Keeping up with a toddler was hard enough without being morbidly obese. I’d always been overweight for my 5ft10 frame but after having Finleigh, my weight ballooned to 21 and a half stone. Now, in an average day, I ate a huge bowl of porridge, and cheese on toast for brekkie, biscuits and pop mid morning, sausages and chips for lunch, cake for dessert, a Chinese takeaway for tea and chocolate and crisps in the evening. I was a size 26.
 EVANS. TRAPPED BY MY OWN FAT.
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‘i’m sorry,’ I kept whispering over and over to my husband Mark. ‘I’m so sorry.’ ‘It’s not your fault,’ he said, cuddling me close. ‘Don’t blame yourself.’ But whatever anyone said, I did blame myself. I’d just given birth to my twins Oliver and Harry. Whilst any new mum would be thrilled with two new arrivals, it wasn’t like that for Mark and I. The doctors had broke the devastating news to us after their birth that Harry had a facial deformity. ‘What sort of facial deformity,’ I had whispered to the doctors. I’d only just recovered from giving birth by caesarian to the twins. Doctors had whisked Harry straight off after his birth and I hadn’t been able to see him. The doctor lifted his hand to his own face, and made a sweeping guesture across the left side. It’s as though his face has been erased completely,’ he told me. He has no eye on that side, no ear or nostril.’
MACHIN. MY SON HAS HALF A FACE
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My daughter Georgia hadn’t been feeling well for a few days. She was desperate to get better as her 18th birthday was looming. She wanted to go out for drinks with friends on her birthday and then two weeks later we had a big party planned with a marquee. Georgia had always been so popular. She had loads of friends, but she was hardworking too. a straight A student at school. She wanted to go to Durham university when she finished her A’Levels. After she’d done her exams, she and 11 friends went off to celebrate on holiday in Kos in Greece. They came back home on July 4th last year, after a week away. It was when Georgia arrived home that she wasn’t feeling well. When she was on her way, she had texted me to get her some lemsip in to try and make her feel better. I just thought she had overdone it on holiday, like girls of her age did. Too many late nights and letting her hair down had left her feeling exhausted.
TAIT. MY DAUGHTER DIED ON HER 18TH BIRTHDAY
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AS Lisa Russell decorates her Christmas tree and looks at the presents underneath, she feels more excitement than most. For each Christmas is like the first ever for Lisa, who lost 20 years of her memory in a horrific car crash.
RUSSELL. THE GIRL WHO CANT REMEMBER CHISTMAS.
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IT was a heart-rendering sight. The young male lion with a wire snare caught so tightly around his neck that he was unable to hunt. The gaping wound attracted flies and infection. Soon he would have been lying in the African bush - the once magnificent king of the jungle gasping his last breath in agony. But now thanks to a newspaper article highlighting his plight back in May this year - a massive rescue mission was launched in Mikumi National Park in Tanzania.
LION RESCUE. AMAZING RESCUE OF SNARED LION - THANKS TO PHOTOGRAPH GOING WORLDWIDE.
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WITH a look of sheer joy on her face, Charlotte Nott takes her first brave steps. The brave youngster was struck down with the killer bug meningitis and lost both her lower arms and legs to the cruel disease. Now Charlotte has the best Christmas present she could wish for - a new pair of pink sparkly legs so she can take her first steps. The plucky youngster touched her family’s hearts this Christmas when she stood on her new legs for the first time. Mum Jenny Daniels, 31, who lives in Oxford, said: ‘When she walked for the first time a few weeks ago, it was just amazing. ‘She’d had so many infections in her remaining stumps and leg bones that it had been impossible for her to walk properly beforehand. ‘But these new pink legs are just what she has wanted. And they are so comfortable that she can now walk for the first time. There’s no stopping her now. It’s fantastic. ‘Pink is her favourite colour so she loves her new legs.’
NOTT . New legs for brave girl.
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THIS is the family who are ALL fighting TUMOURS. Due to a rare genetic condition mum Wendy has more than twenty tumours all around her body, son William has ten, and youngest son Kieran has five. They are all at risk of turning cancerous - meaning that the family are each living with a ticking timebomb.
OBRIEN THE FAMILY WHO ARE ALL FIGHTING TUMOURS
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‘What’s your biggest worry this Christmas? Dry turkey. Soggy sprouts perhaps? Or maybe what gift to give a tricky relative? Last December I was stressed about all that stuff. I’d spent weeks choosing a zebra toy for my little daughter Ruby, just one. But my biggest problem was worrying about a tummy bug that she had. ‘I hope she feels better soon,’ I fretted to my hubby Ryan, 30. Ruby had been a bit poorly with the stomach upset. but thankfully by December 16th - despite still having a bit of a temperature - she seemed brighter. ‘In plenty of time for Santa,’ I said, tucking her up in bed. Then in the middle of the night she started screaming. Strange, Ruby always slept until morning. ‘What’s wrong,’ I asked, scooping her up from her cot. As I went to change her nappy I saw something that made my heart stop. Her little bottom was covered in an angry red rash.
FLETCHER. A CHRISTMAS DAY MIRACLE - FROM LIFE SUPPORT MACHINE TO OPENING PRESSIES IN JUST THREE DAYS
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The little red car seemed like it was going slower and slower. I just couldn’t get it to go faster. The other battery operated cars on the fun ride were whizzing past me, so why was mine going so slow. Then it suddenly dawned on me. It was my massive bulk at nearly 19 stone that was causing the car to go so slowly. It just couldn’t get any speed up with me sitting in the driving seat.
OLIVER-GRIEVE. MUM WHO LOST EIGHT STONE ON A WII GAME BOARD.
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