Why does this test tube baby look so sad?
The cartoon test tube babies on the test tube were born prematurely, weighing only one-quarter of their normal weight.
The first one weighed less than one pound and was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis.
But now, their parents are raising funds to try and raise enough money to pay for more tests.
“It’s so hard,” said one of the parents, who did not want to be named.
“It’s hard for them to eat or drink, and it’s really hard for their immune system.
It’s really tough for their lungs.”
According to Dr. Michael Balsamo, the father of one of these babies, the cause of their condition is unknown.
He said the test tubes were given to a family in Thailand for several years, before being taken back to the United States for further testing.
The family has since had to give up their dream to have children and have to start all over again.
“It doesn’t matter how many times you have a baby, how many surgeries you have, it just doesn’t change anything.
It just doesn.
The fact that it’s still in the same condition means there’s no hope for a cure,” he said.
As a result of this, many people are raising money on Indiegogo to try to raise enough funds to give more test tubes to more people.
They are asking for $50,000 to start testing, $10,000 for the first test tube and $5,000 each for the second and third.
A few of the other people who want to donate are also raising money to help their family.
“I can’t wait to see what happens,” said Lauren Bayser, who said she is hoping that people can help pay for the cost of more tests to get more babies.
“We can’t do it without the support of the community.
I want to make sure they know that it was their choice to put their child in this situation.
That’s the bottom line,” she said.”
My family is doing the right thing,” said a woman who did have her own baby and wished to remain anonymous.
“I have three beautiful babies and I’m just so happy they are doing well and I have my kids, too.”