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Kim Kardashian West is actively using social media in an attempt to shut down surrogacy rumors by posting a statement saying her unborn son with rap mogul husband Kanye West "is a miracle from God. Kardashian West, the 34-year-old "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star, took to Twitter to glorify God for her second pregnancy after being vocal about having trouble conceiving. "First they say I'm too skinny so I have to be faking it. . Now they say I'm too big so I have to be faking it. . SMH," she tweeted. "Some days I'm photographed before I eat & look smaller, some days I've just eaten & I look bigger. It's all a part of the process. According to Kardashian West, she would have publicly documented the process of surrogacy if she chose to ask someone else to carry her second child with West into the world. After facing harsh criticism for her weight gain and pregnancy fashion when she was pregnant with her first child, 2-year-old North West, Kardashian West insists she's comfortable in her own skin. "U know me well enough 2know I would document the process if I got a surrogate," she tweeted. "Everyone's body is different, every pregnancy is very different. I've learned to love my body at every stage. During her first pregnancy with North, Kardashian suffered from a dangerous condition called preeclampsia that results in high blood pressure and possible organ damage. These days, she is grateful to have avoided the condition in her second pregnancy thus far. "I'm blessed to even be pregnant & luckier to not have preeclampsia so far, so I don't have the swelling issue, " Kardashian West wrote in her series of tweets. "They also say your body carries a boy different than a girl. Wishing all of the moms out there a happy & healthy pregnancy & delivery. #MiracleFromGod #Blessed. The Wests are due to give birth in December and have had to deal with their fair share of rumors and scrutiny concerning their second pregnancy. After undergoing In Vitro Fertilization where the egg and sperm are fertilized outside of the body, Us Weekly reported that the couple preselected the gender of their future child. "She only had boy embryos implanted," a source close to Kardashian West reportedly told Us Weekly. However, Kardashian's representative Ina Treciokas denied those claims in an email to Refinery29. com stating, "the story is false. The reality television star also. Source: www.christianpost.com
It was all somewhat surreal. The doctor had just told us that my wife would never have a successful pregnancy. The words were jarring. Tears popped into my eyes and I held my wife as the doctor explained that, if we wanted children, we would need someone to donate eggs and/or serve as a surrogate, or that we could adopt. My wife and I asked the usual questions, trying to determine if there were any options we might not have considered – some loophole perhaps - but the doctor was firm: The test results were clear, and we would have to pursue other avenues if we... We were giddy with excitement when we went to hear the heartbeat for the first time. Our happiness began to fade while we watched the technician fail to find the heartbeat. It was clear what had happened, but we were told to go back and sit in the lobby to wait for the doctor to deliver the news. I will never forget trying to hold my sobbing wife in the uncomfortable lobby chairs - surrounded by pregnant women waiting for their appointments - and wishing we could be anywhere else in the world at that moment. We were crushed. We leaned on one another to sort through the emotions of the situation, and together we resolved to try again. Also, the previous advice rang true when not everyone who had been told about the pregnancy heard about the miscarriage. This led to some uncomfortable conversations months later (in truth we felt badly for the people who hadn’t gotten the word, as I think they were horrifically embarrassed to ask how things were going when they were no longer going). But the miscarriages continued. Each time my wife got pregnant, we would be cautiously optimistic and hope and pray and try to protect ourselves from being too disappointed. One of the pregnancies had produced a heartbeat at the 12-week appointment, only to miscarry while I was away at a Super Bowl party (note: I rushed home). It was awful, and there was a sadness that seemed to hang over us and grasp at us during quiet moments. We would put on our game faces and be happy for our friends and family, who all seemed to be having children. My wife was amazingly strong throughout the ordeal. She began to tell dark jokes about her lady parts being filled with “barbed wire and broken glass,” but she continued to dutifully track every event, every appointment, every piece of information she could in a small spiral notebook as we... Source: www.telegram.com
Doctors told Miss Foxcroft and partner Ross Whitehead, 30, that the twins were growing in the same amniotic sac and had little chance of survival. The twins, who both had underdeveloped lungs when they were born five-weeks prematurely in August 2013, were cared for on the neonatal intensive care unit at St James’s Hospital in Leeds. Miss Foxcroft, who also has a four-year-old son, Harry, said: “When we found out I was still pregnant and the babies had survived it was a real miracle. “Over the past two years the most frequently asked question we have had is ‘bet they are hard work’ or the ‘double trouble’ quote. The answer is yes, the last two years have been hard work. “But we are eternally grateful to have both our girls. After everything we went through as a family to bring them into the world we feel extremely lucky. “Even though they are double trouble we are blessed with double the cuddles and double the joy. This Sunday is their second birthday and I’d like to take this opportunity to again thank St James’s staff and neonatal care for caring for our girls through what was a very emotional and difficult pregnancy and bringing our girls safely into the... Miss Foxcroft and her friend and the twins’ godmother Sophie Bashforth, 27, ran the Leeds Half Marathon in May and raised almost £1,000 for St James’s Hospital. What is a Cookie. What is a Flash Cookie. Can I opt out of receiving Cookies. About our Cookies Cookies are small data files which are sent to your browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc) from a website you visit. They are stored on your electronic device. This is a type of cookie which is collected by Adobe Flash media player (it is also called a Local Shared Object) - a piece of software you may already have on your electronic device to help you watch online videos and listen to podcasts. Yes there are a number of options available, you can set your browser either to reject all cookies, to allow only "trusted" sites to set them, or to only accept them from the site you are currently on. However, please note - if you block/delete... Source: www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk
Jennifer Aniston, 47, has dreamed of becoming a mom for a long time — is she finally getting her wish? Maybe! After all, according to a new report, the actress is expecting her first child with husband Justin Theroux, 44. But are Jen and Justin ACTUALLY ...