All expecting parents wish nothing but for their little angel to come out safe and normal. This is the reason why would-be parents are willing to go through expensive diagnostic testings and recommended treatments just to make sure that their baby does not suffer from any abnormality.
Meet Brandi and Troy Thompson. Brandi gave birth to their baby named Eli, who was born with a rare condition called Congenital Arhinia. The couple did not know that Eli has this condition until after he was born.
Because of this rare congenital condition, Eli has no nose. Eli underwent a procedure called tracheostomy to compensate for his lack of nasal airway. Brandi and Troy need to monitor Eli 24/7 as his cry is basically soundless and his surgical site should be maintained. For Brandi, the hardest part is to think about Eli’s future, specifically when the time comes that he arrives home from school and reports about kids questioning his nose.
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Challenges in life are inevitable and no matter how much we question the things given to us, we should embrace it with open arms. We salute the parents of Eli for staying by their son’s side and for being proud of their beautiful baby.
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This Bearded Bride Defies the Conventional Standards of Beauty
She embraced her “flaws” and learned to love herself.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that results in major hormonal imbalances. It is one of the most common endocrine disorders that affect women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS typically manifest with obesity, menstrual disorders, infertility, and hirsutism (i.e. abnormal growth of facial and body hair).
Due to the excessive hair growth that is evidently seen on the face and body of women with PCOS, many of them suffer from low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression.
But while most women are embarrassed with their appearance, a courageous woman named Harnaam Kaur embraced her "flaws" and defied the conventional standards of beauty.
To Overcome His Addiction, Barber Gives Free Haircut to Homeless People
In order to have a clean start, he gave homeless people clean cuts.
A Melbourne-based barber wanted to have a clean start. In order to do this, he decided to give homeless people a clean cut.
Dubbed as “The Streets Barber”, Nasir Sobhani was spending about $300 to 400 a day on cocaine to mask his hatred of himself. To battle his drug addiction, Sobhani offers free haircuts to homeless people during his free days. During the haircut sessions, Sobhani gets to listen to their stories inspiring him to embrace his new life and have a clean start.
“That’s why I started cutting hair. I love it so much, it became my new way of getting high, man. It’s my new drug,” he said.
Internet Searches for Unnamed Couple Who Got Engaged at Eiffel Tower
Captured on camera – a young man proposing to a girl. The couple’s identity, however, still remains a mystery to this day.
Jen Hurb Bohn, a woman from California, was spending a vacation in Paris with her husband. Little did she know that she’d capture a tender moment between a young couple while they were at the Eiffel Tower – the guy was proposing to the girl.
While Jen and her husband where at the famed tourist spot, the unnamed man suddenly popped the 4-word question to his girl.
In an interview, Jen admitted she actually felt hesitant about the idea of taking a photo. Besides, she “thought it was weird.” Also, she could hear her husband “whistling” for her.
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