A couple welcomes a baby girl after,9 failed transfers, a miscarriage, 4 surgeries after 7years.
By E4ma'sblog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
The proud father @jazzyjon took to his Twitter account to announce the arrival of his daughter, SofiaMary Jane.
According to the Twitter post, the couple had been childless for 7 years, undergone 4 surgeries, a miscarriage, 5 IVF cycles, roughly 70 negative test, an ethopic pregnancy within the space of 7 years . And now they have a baby girl, Sofia Mary Jane.
As seen in the picture, her dress reads " I'm the rainbow after the storm". The cute baby Sofia is truly a rainbow after the storm. A storm of 7 years.
They story is very touching and also serves as a source of encouragement to those who are still seeking for a child. This shows that you can still have a child if this couple could have a child of their own after the storm. So have faith and believe.
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