Miraculous: Kenyan Woman With Dwarfism Defies All Odds To Welcome Baby Boy Who Weighs 2.6 Kg

Family & Kids

April 16, 2019 14:15 By Mambee

While science has pretty much been able to explain all phenomena, some occurrences have yet to be explained and can be described as nothing short of miraculous. This was the case of a 23-year-woman with dwarfism who welcomed a child.

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While many little people face challenges when it comes to childbirth, it doesn’t mean they are not capable of having a hold without complications.

However, it is advisable to LP women to choose a supportive doctor and a high-risk pregnancy obstetrician to help them through the process.

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Also, it is encouraged for them to have genetic testing for the baby while pregnant to know what they are preparing for.

As reported by KBC Channel 1, a Kenyan woman with dwarfism delivered a child despite the belief that she couldn’t conceive.

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Sifra and her husband, Karanja, have been married for two years and always wanted kids of their own. Their union wasn’t free of hassles as Karanja had to defy his family’s orders to marry her.

Due to her congenital disability, Sifra was mocked by neighbors and families, who believed she would not be able to welcome a child.

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Luckily, all her haters were put to shame as Sifra deliberated a healthy baby boy in 2014. The boy weighed 2.6kg and brought a lot of joy to his parents upon his entry into the world.

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While speaking to the news agency, Sifra revealed that she didn’t let the offensive words get to her as she kept hope alive. She hopes that her story helps spread the word that women who are little people are not different from others.

Her husband, on the other hand, is joyful that he is now a father. Karanja is glad that he stood by his wife and allowed unconditional love to get them to where they are now.

Congratulations to the new parents! Hopefully, Sifra’s story encourages others to keep faith alive and put an end to the stigma associated with little people.

Having children is the biggest gift in life. It is essential to give them the happiest childhood. Here is one more powerful story to prove that.


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