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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12-04-2012 19:11 #12
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!
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12-04-2012 19:41 #13
Truly beautiful and inspirational, thanks for sharing!
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