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It was a lovely hot afternoon and my husband Erwin and I had decided to do a family BBQ to celebrate New Years Eve. Our children Isabella, who is known as Pippie, and our son Arno loved a family BBQ and Erwin busied himself with lighting the BBQ whilst I started to prepare the food. The children were playing in the garden. Pippie grew up on a farm so she was always very independent. She was the most good natured child - always smiling.
KRUGER. A FAMILY BBQ DID THIS TO MY DAUGHTER.
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One minute I was watching my little Owen 5, happily splashing in the bath....the next...."what's that on your neck?" I ..asked, worried. I rubbed my finger over the pea sized lump on his neck. "It doesn't hurt" Owen said. "Still, we should go to the doctors just in case".I told him. My hubby Peter 28 agreed. Thankfully the Doc reckoned it was his glands. But four months later ."There's another one" I gasped. It was next to the first one and about the same size.. The doc referred us to hospital but an xray showed they were just harmless cysts. Thank God.
ALLEN. JOE CALZAGHE HELPED MY SON BEAT CANCER.
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I stared at the piece of paper in my hand. It said positive. The words just screamed out at me. How could I possibly be pregnant. I was only 15 and still at school. I couldn’t possibly be a mum. It had been just one accident, one slip up with my boyfriend Simon. I’d never imagined that I could possibly fall pregnant. It had been him who’d suggested doing a pregnancy test. The thought had never even entered my head.
POPE. PREGNANT AT 15 - THEN MASSIVE IVF BATTLE TO BE A MUM
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A MOTHER’S bond with her daughter is strong - but for Melanie Hennessy it is extraordinary. Her daughter Daisy saved her mother’s life from TWO brain tumours whilst she was in the womb. If she hadn’t fallen pregnant with her miracle daughter then the brain tumours would have carried on growing until it was too late.
Hennessey Daughter saves mum from two brain tumours.
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‘Mum I’ve got a lump on my chest,’ said my 12 year old daughter Amber, rubbing a spot on her chest, just below her collar bone. ‘Here, let me have a look,’ I said, pulling her towards me. I rubbed my finger over it. It was a small pea sized lump underneath the skin. I took her to see our GP. ‘It’s probably hormonal,’ he said, after examining Amber. He told us to come back in a couple of weeks if it had grown any bigger, so we went home, not worrying about it. But after a few weeks, the lump had got bigger. I was worried now, about what it could be. We went back to the doctor and he referred Amber for a scan at Southampton General Hospital. He told us that it was probably a cyst and nothing to worry about.
PAGE. THE BRAVEST BRIDESMAID.
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I looked up as the woman settled herself into the hospital bed next to mine. I did a double take. I couldn’t believe it. I hadn’t seen her for eight years, and now here she was sitting on the bed next to me. It was Natalie Cleverley and I’d last seen her when we were both acting in a production of the Wizard of Oz together. On stage we had been enemies - she was playing the Wicked Witch of the West, and I was playing Dorothy.
CLEVERLEY. WIZARD OF OZ ENEMIES ON STAGE - MET UP ON CANCER WARD YEARS LATER
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'Pass me the ice cream' I smiled to my mum, Sian 48. Taking one last spoonful, she finally handed the tub over. I loved our girls nights in. Curled up on the sofa, pigging out on sweets and ice cream. But soon all those treats started to leave their mark. And when mum suffered a heart attack when I was 11, things just got worse. I turned to food for comfort. I'd gorge on chocolate crisps and sweets in between my unhealthy microwave meals. And now mum was poorly, I stayed with my gran Jane, 68, a lot. And like most grandparents she liked to spoil me rotten with biscuits and cakes.
TYLER. 18 YEAR OLD GIRL TOLD BY DOC - LOSE WEIGHT OR YOU WILL BE DEAD IN SIX MONTHS'
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WHEN Kirsty Brown was born without a womb, she knew that she could never fall pregnant and be a mum. When her cousin’s wife Kim Rostron heard of her plight, she didn’t step forward to help. She offered to be a surrogate for Mrs Brown and her husband Kevin, 27, a rugby player for Huddersfield Giants. Mrs Brown’s eggs were fertilised with her husband’s sperm and were implanted into the womb of Mrs Rostron, 25. The surrogate pregnancy was successful and the couple’s son Harry was born in March this year.
BROWN. MUM BORN WITHOUT A WOMB IS A MOTHER AT LAST - THANKS TO COUSIN SURROGATE
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When my hubby Dave called me at work I had a real shock. "I'm popping to the GP" he moaned "I feel rotten". Dave, the 40 was a sporty bloke. Never saw the Doctor. Back home that night he looked awful. "My whole body aches" he grumbled. "The Doc says it's flu" But the next morning...."squeeze my hands" he said worried. They looked pale and were cold "I can't feel anything he panicked. "I've lost the sensation in my feet and ankles too"
BRACHER. ALL MY HUBBY COULD DO WAS BLINK 'I LOVE YOU'.
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THIS is the heartbreakingly poignant moment that Jennifer Lawson said goodbye to her daughter Alice. Alice had battled meningitis and doctors had said there was nothing more that could be done to help her. Her devastated parents gave permission for her organs to be used for transplant and her life support machine was switched off. They held her in their arms, waiting for her precious life to ebb away, but the most amazing thing happened. Despite doctors expecting her to die within minutes, little Alice started taking her own breaths.
LAWSON. MIRACLE OF GIRL TAKEN OFF LIFE SUPPORT MACHINE TO DIE IN MUMS ARMS - THEN SURVIVES
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