First comes love, then comes marriage, and then comes baby, right? Well, not necessarily. The discussion didn't start getting real until this baby. It turns out doing the status quo has never been our path, though. We've missed invitations for weddings by not being married, we have different conversations with our daughter about love and marriage, [and] we constantly have to speak out about why we are choosing this route. Fundamentally, our family is as stable and happy as the one down the block, and for us, it's because of our decision to grow our family without a wedding first.
Selfless mum gave birth to dying baby so she could donate her organs to save others
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Krysta Davis' daughter Rylei Arcadia was born with anencephaly - a serious birth defect which meant she was born without parts of her brain. Krysta Davis, 23, and, Derek Lovett, 26 made the heartbreaking decision to donate in order to give hope to other parents who are waiting for life-saving organs for their own babies. Doctors told the couple they could induce labour immediately or Krysta could carry to term knowing their daughter could die in the womb, and at best after delivery live for moments or days. Knowing their time was limited, they savoured every moment of the pregnancy from discovering her favourite bands to relishing every kick. Her short life helped save two other babies after her heart valves were donated, while her lungs went to a research foundation in desperate need of organs.
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By Gordon Rayner , Chief Reporter. The Duchess of Cambridge is already a day overdue with her second child, Whitehall sources have suggested, raising the possibility that her labour may be induced in the coming days. Several reports have suggested that the Duchess's due date is Saturday, April 25, but Whitehall sources have told The Telegraph they were briefed that the due date was actually Thursday, April
Please refresh the page and retry. W ith confusion still reigning over whether Baby Sussex was born in hospital or at home - Harry and Meghan appear to have realised their dream of keeping the birth private - while reminding the world that they are determined to carve their own royal path. Everyone had assumed that the baby boy had been born at Frogmore Cottage after a beaming Harry appeared in the royal mews at Windsor Castle telling the world that the baby had been born at am weighing 7lb 3oz. Unusually, the official announcement on the easel at Buckingham Palace did not include any details of the medical team, prompting speculation the baby had not been born in a hospital. Yet it later emerged that Meghan may have been whisked to a private hospital - thought to have been the Portland in London - without anyone noticing late on Sunday night.