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WHEN Cindy Buckle went into labour with her baby daughter Ella, her family thought she would be cancelling her wedding day plans. Mrs Buckleís wedding day was scheduled for the following day, and she thought she had timed it to perfection as her second baby was due the following week. But she went into labour a week early - and as she pushed her healthy daughter into the world, her mind was already determindedly on the task ahead. She started her labour, delivered her baby and got married to husband Colin in a staggering 14 hours from start to finish.
BUCKLE. WOMAN GIVES BIRTH AND GETS MARRIED WITHIN 13 HOURS
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WHEN Olivia Brown had her legs and arm amputated to save her life from the killer bug meninigitis, her parents never thought they would see her walk again. But brave Olivia has astounded her parents by not only making a miraculous recovery after doctors told them they didnít expect her to survive, but by walking and running with her new prosthetic limbs. Brave Olivia, four, who thinks her arms and legs are in heaven, can now live a normal life - after only being given less than 24 hours to survive. Her mother Kim Brown, 28, said: ĎWe are just so proud of Olivia. It was only chance of survival to have her legs and arm amputated, and we never thought we would see the day when Olivia would ever run around like she had done before.
BROWN.BRAVE MENINIGITIS GIRL WALKS WITH NEW LEGS.
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AS ballerina Isabella Cook twirls and pirouettes, no one would ever guess what a miracle it is that she is alive. Unbelievably, Isabella was born with her heart on the wrong side of her body. Not only that, but it was also back to front with a hole in it too. She is the only British baby to have survived such a string of heart defects - any one of which could have killed her. Doctors didnít expect her to live beyond the age of 12 months, and she has survived three traumatic operations and the risk that any time, her heart could fail her. But now determined Isabella has defied all the odds, and is happily enjoying her favourite hobby of ballet.
COOK. ONLY UK CHILD EVER TO SURVIVE THREE DEADLY HEART DEFECTS FULFILLS DREAM OF BEING BALLERINA
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WHEN Angela Haston suffered her eighteenth miscarriage she thought she would never again be a mother. She had been trying for a baby for eight years and had suffered a miscarriage every few months. But amazingly against all the odds - with her nineteenth pregnancy, Mrs Haston has finally been able to give birth to her miracle daughter Mia Rose. UK miscarriage experts said that had never heard of anyone having more than 18 miscarriages before. Mrs Haston, 27, a full time mother, said: ĎI canít believe it that Iím finally able to hold my own daughter in my arms.
HASTON. WOMAN HAS 18 MISCARRIAGES THEN MIRACLE BABY
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WHEN Clare Greigís 25 stone bulk became trapped in the wreckage of her car after a car crash, she knew she had to take drastic action. It took four firemen to free her after the crash which happened in June 2004 as she was driving home from work. Her car had skidded off the road and come to rest in a ditch, but there was one big problem when fireman arrived on the scene to cut her free from the wreckage. Mrs Grieg, 35, was so big that her stomach was wedged firmly against the steering wheel and the seat couldnít be pushed any further back.
GRIEG. WOMAN STUCK IN CAR CRASH BECAUSE SHE WAS TOO FAT - LOSES 13 STONE
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I was so excited to be performing on stage at last. It was at a local pub and it was my third appearance. I loved to sing - Iíd sung all my life. I used to dance around my bedroom with a hairbrush singing my heart out into it when I was little. It was thrilling to be on stage, belting out hits from All Saints, the Corrs and Leanne Rhimes. But even then I could see the strange looks I was getting. For I weighed around six stone. And people didnít want to have to watch me and see how thin I was - with my bones protruding out of my hips and chest.
GARDHAM. RECOVERED FROM ANOREXIA
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WHEN tiny Gregor Craig was born battling for life, he was so small that his fatherís wedding ring fitted onto his arm. Tiny Gregor desperately fought for his life whilst wrapped in bubble wrap whilst his devastated parents prayed that he would survive. He was born when his mother Martine Craig was just 24 weeks pregnant - and he weighed a tiny 1Ib14. Now Gregor has defied all the odds and has now returned to the family home in Argyll after spending nearly five months in hospital. Mrs Craig, 29, said: ĎGregor is one of lifeís true survivors. We canít believe that we have him home with us after his long fight for survival.
CRAIG. BUBBLE WRAP BABY
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I was shopping with my baby son Ben in our local supermarket when I looked up and woman was stood infront of my shopping trolley just staring at Ben. She shook her head in disgust and just walked off. Tears welled up in my eyes. I couldnít stay here any longer - I had to leave. It wasnít Benís fault that he didnít look like other children his age. He was born with lots of problems, including Kabuki Syndrome, which means his face is shaped differently to other children. His face is flat, with a flat chin and nose. But what people notice most about him is his eyes. Both of his eyes are cloudy, especially the right one, which gives him a strange look. He can see perfectly well out of them, but they look so different from normal eyes, and people treat him as if he is some sort of freak.
PLINSTON. PLEASE DON'T STARE AT MY BABY
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WHEN Kelly Matthews gave birth her son Alife she didnít expect that sister Danika would be so closely by her side. The two sisters shared a close bond and when Miss Matthews fell pregnant she expected that sister Danika Grossi would be at the hospital to help her out. But a few weeks later, Miss Grossi announced her own pregnancy, and the babyís due date - which happened to be just three days before her own due date. Miss Matthews underwent a planned caesarian, but when she arrived a tthe hospital, Miss Grossi was already there, preparing to give birth herself after she had gone into labour three days late.. The babies were born just 56 minutes apart - much to the familyís amazement.
MATTHEWS. SISTERS GIVE BIRTH WITHIN 56 MINS OF EACH OTHER
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My husband Stephen and I were desperate for a baby, but it just wasnít happening. I had come off the pill 12 months after we got married in June 1999, and we got on with trying to start a family. But then a year later, nothing had happened, so I went to our local hospital and the doctors gave me some tests. It showed that I wasnít releasing eggs properly every month. So the doctors gave me some fertility drugs and I had eight cycles, but that didnít work either.
JACKSON. 20,000 PEOPLE GAVE ME MY BABY
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