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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    just off the top of my head i can think of at least 6 different scenario's in which a woman could end up paralysed (temporarily or permanently) from birth. poor woman though what a way to have to parent hey? and the rest of us think doing it with no added disabilities is hard (which it is! but obviously without an extra hindrance).
    After googling....Oh.my.god - I had no idea so many random but horrific things could cause paralysis in labour. Yes yes I know I must be naive, but wow...

    And I agree - reading a beautiful and inspiring story like this makes you kind of reassess anything 'hard' you have had to do in your life hey...

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    Two things stood out for me...
    1. What amazing nurses/midwives! Because something like that couldn't have been acheieved without them. I think it's a great idea to have that in hospitals
    2. What an amazing, strong, admirable woman. At the start I had tears in my eyes and by the end I was jumping up and down wanting to high five her!


    Baby wearing, co-sleeping, booby feeding mummy to one

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    Truly beautiful and inspirational, thanks for sharing!


 

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