- A woman named Trisha Taylor from the United States did not let her disability stop her from being a mother
- The 31-year-old woman, who is 2ft 10in, was diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta
- After two miscarriages, Trisha welcomed a baby boy with her husband who is 6ft 1in
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A woman identified as Trisha Taylor welcomed a baby boy with her husband despite doctors' warning because of her disability.
The 31-year-old woman from the United States is 2ft 10in while husband is 6ft 1in. She was diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI), Mirror reports.
Legit.ng gathers doctors warned Trisha that the baby could crush her from the inside, but she was not going to give up on her dream of being a mum.
Trisha, who has been in a wheelchair for most of her life, had two miscarriages before finally delivering her son through a caesarean section.
The baby, who she managed to carry for 32 weeks before putting to bed, is now four years old and healthy who does not have OI.
Speaking about her baby boy, Trisha said: "To this day people still can't believe I gave birth to him. They ask if Maven's my baby and I always tell them - very proudly -'Yes, he grew in my belly'."
In other news, whoever said that disability is not inability is very right and all that people with disability need to do is embrace and love themselves.
Tilly Lockey who uses bionic arms after losing her hands to meningitis as a baby recently landed a TV presenter job.
The 14-year-old is the first British child to have 3D-printed bionic arms. She will be hosting the For Your Information (FYI), a children’s current affairs show on Sky News.
The teenager will be interviewing celebrities and politicians and report on issues affecting youngsters.
FYI announced on its Twitter page that Lockey will be joining the team.
"Meet our new recruit to the FYI gang - Tilly! @GiveTillyaHand we met her when we reported on her amazing bionic arms and love her so much she is now joining the gang to help us investigate the big issues on the news for and by kids on Sky Kids & http://first.news/FYI," tweeted @FYI_SkyTV.
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