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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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MOST brides like a while to plan their big day - but Michelle Harper took longer than most. When she finally walked up the aisle to get married - it had been 24 YEARS since her boyfriend Andy had popped the question. Their 60 wedding guests couldn’t believe it when the wedding invites finally landed on the mat. Their engagement had been so long - that Mrs Harper actually had two engagement rings bought for her by her fiance, who proposed for the second time in the hope of speeding the wedding up. Mrs Harper, 45, who lives with husband Andy in Scunthorpe, Lincs, said: ‘I still can’t believe that we were engaged for a quarter of a century.
HARPER. COUPLE WHO WERE ENGAGED FOR 24 YEARS.
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My four grandkids splashed around in the hotel pool, squealing. ‘Come in, Nanny!’ they called. But I tugged my sarong around myself , huddled on my sun lounger. No way. The last time I’d waddled into the pool in my size 28 swimsuit I couldn’t manage to heave my flab out again. But I’d always been fat. At my wedding to Michael I’d been a size 20.
ADAMS. PREPARE FOR TAKE OFF….. MUM LOSES TEN STONE TO FIT IN PLANE SEAT.
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‘There goes Jade and her crippled daughter.’ The cruel words hung in the air as I pushed the pram past a group of girls. These girls had once been my friends, but now I couldn’t bear to look at them. How could they possibly shout such awful things. It had been a shock when I fell pregnant at 16. It had happened on my 16th birthday and my mum Maria kept insisting that I was pregnant. ‘No, I’m not,’ I kept saying. But then six weeks later I had missed a period. So I did a test and there it was. The positive blue line staring back at me, telling me I was pregnant. My pregnancy went smoothly until 12 weeks when the doctors told me I had a high chance of my baby having Downs Syndrome. It was a one in ten chance. But I was so young, I never really thought much about it. I was sure it wouldn’t happen to me.
MILLARD. MY DAUGHTER AGED FASTER THAN ME.
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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. Wendy, 42, a receptionist, who lives with partner Gary Beckley, 48, a railway track maintenance worker, in Erith, Kent, said: ‘Between us we have around 40 tumours, all over our body.
OBRIEN. THE FAMILY WHO ALL HAVE TUMOURS
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‘He’s beautiful,’ my hubby Nick, 29, said, holding our newborn son Oscar. It was 28th July 2010 and although our baby was smaller than expected at 6Ib2, he was perfect. At home, with our three other boys, my family felt complete. but then, when Oscar was nine months old I noticed there was something wrong with his eye. ‘What’s wrong with your eye?’ I said, looking at him.
COTTON. CANCER TOT'S SIGHT SAVED TO SEE HIS PARENTS WED
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THIS is the little girl who is growing into a GIANT. Penny Leake is five years old, yet due to a rare condition she is already the height of an eight year old. And she is expected to reach a height of 5ft10 by her early teens, thanks to the genetic disorder Sotos Syndrome - also known as Cerebral Giantism. Her bones are growing at a faster rate - when she was only a year old she already had the bones of a much older child. Her mother Wendy, 35, who runs her own cleaning service, said: ‘When Penny has a tantrum in the supermarket people can’t understand why an eight year old is having such a childish tantrum. They don’t realise that she is only actually five.’
LEAKE. THE LITTLE GIRL WHO IS GROWING INTO A GIANT.
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