Woman Who Spent 20 Years Trying for Baby Finally Gets Pregnant, Husband Runs Away

Woman Who Spent 20 Years Trying for Baby Finally Gets Pregnant, Husband Runs Away

  • Atifa Ljajic is officially a single mother at 60 after giving birth to her daughter Alina
  • The blessing came after she and her husband, Serif Nokic, tried getting a baby for 20 years in vain
  • In an unexpected twist, Serif recently abandoned his wife and the long-awaited baby because he can't keep up with the crying

After two decades of trying to conceive, 60-year-old Atifa Ljajic was overjoyed after finally becoming pregnant.

Atifa (left) hold daughter Aline while Serif (right) looks on.
Serif defended his decision to leave the family, claiming that the baby's cries were affecting his health. Photo: CEN.
Source: UGC

However, her joy was short-lived as her husband, Serif Nokic, decided to leave her on the day their daughter, Alina, was born.

The 68-year-old walked out on his family after complaining that the baby's crying was too much to handle at his age.

According to the Daily Mail, Atifa's pregnancy had been considered high-risk, and she had to spend three months in the hospital leading up to the birth.

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Serif says fatherhood will destroy his health

Serif defended his decision, claiming that living with a baby at his age would be detrimental to his health.

I am a sick man, I am 68, I am a diabetic, and I have a weak heart. It is difficult not to sleep all night and hear a baby's cry," he lamented.

The couple, believed to have used an anonymous seed donor for the pregnancy, had initially disagreed about having a child, but Serif eventually agreed.

However, upon hearing Alina cry for the first time, he decided he did not want to be a part of the new family and even refused to have Alina registered as his daughter.

Atifa to raise daughter alone

She was devastated by Serif's decision but remained bullish that despite her health problems, among them high blood pressure, she is determined to raise Alina on her own.

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Atifa, who worked in a textile factory before retirement and has little money, is determined to raise Alina alone.

"Whatever happens, whether Serif stays or leaves, I will fight to raise Alina the best way I can and put her on the right path. I will live only for her," she expressed.

As her 60th birthday approached, Atifa had nearly given up hope of having a child, but fertility treatment finally made her dream come true.

Despite the challenges ahead, she remains optimistic, saying:

"I knew it would be a big risk at my age, but my only wish was to have a child, and it happened to me. I was not afraid of my life at all, God gave me courage. I have never felt better."

Woman gets pregnant after 1 month of dowry payment

Earlier, YEN.com.gh sighted a video in which a lady shared how she got pregnant one month after her husband paid her bride price.

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According to the funny lady, her husband couldn't allow her to enjoy their 'fresh' union before getting her pregnant.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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Berlinda Entsie (Copy Editor) Berlinda Entsie is a Copy Editor at YEN.com.gh. She has worked as a proofreader and editor since 2016. Berlinda has over 5 years' experience editing and writing for leading publications in Ghana. She previously worked with Graphic Communications Group LTD, Business Insider SSA and Pulse.com.gh. She obtained a B.A in English Studies from the Methodist University College in 2016 and a Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from the GH Media School in 2019. Reach out to her via berlinda.entsie@yen.com.gh

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Peter Ansah (Entertainment Editor) Ansah Peter is an entertainment editor at YEN.com.gh. He studied Development Planning at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, graduating in 2018. His professional career in entertainment journalism dates eight years back as a showbiz and arts blogger for the now-defunct motionhypegh.net, continuing to Muse Media Networks, acting as the editorial manager for the network's flagship multimedia platforms. He has also managed several PR roles with top clients, including Afro Nation Ghana and Morgan Heritage. You can reach him at peter.ansah@yen.com.gh

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