- A man with the Twitter name Jon has rejoiced as his wife gave birth after 7 years of 70 negative tests
- Jon added she also had failed IVFs, one miscarriage, among many issues before the child, Sofia Mary, came
- The happy father said he shared the story as a way to give hope to many who may be facing the same situation
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A very happy father who goes by the name Jon on Twitter on Tuesday, July 14, shared the story behind his family's newborn.
He said the road before they had the baby was really rough for them as they went through a lot as intending parents. Jon added that it took them 7 years of 5 IVFs, 9 failed transfers, one miscarriage, four different surgeries.
We finally welcomed Sofia Mary Jane, don't give up. It did not only end there, but the mother also endured the disappointment of 70 negative tests and ectopic pregnancy.
The father revealed the baby's name as Sofia Mary Jane. He said he decided to share the story so as to motivate others who may be going through what they experienced.
See his tweet below:
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian woman with the name, Temilade Adeoye, and Twitter handle @temiladeadeoye, celebrated God after she gave birth to a set of twins.
In a Twitter post on Sunday, July 12, Temilade said that God really blessed her as He changed her name to "Mummy Twins".
The woman said that the babies arrived on Saturday, July 11, adding that for everyone trusting God for the fruit of the womb, they should see hers as a perfect example that their stories can also change.
She attached a picture showing the babies in peaceful sleep to her tweet as she asked people to call her Iya Ibeji.
In another report, a 60-year-old Ghanaian farmer with limited means by the name of Abena Donkor lives with and takes care of all her three children who have lost their legs due to leprosy.
In a short documentary by Adom TV on the life of the single mother, it is indicated that the children are Rawlings Ashan (25), Frank Ashan (23), and Doris Ashan (17).
The only girl, little Doris, had both legs amputated while her two brothers have one leg each amputated. With no wheelchair to assist in their movement, taking care of them has been a great chore for their mother.
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