When cartoon test tubes become babies, will they have parents?
When cartoon tests become babies?
That’s the question the parents of an 11-month-old test tube baby with Down syndrome are pondering.
The little girl is just a baby in a test tube.
The doctors say she is too small to see her parents.
But her mother, who is not related to her, says she wants to have a baby with her.
“She was born with Down Syndrome and she is a test-tubes baby,” said the woman, who did not want to be identified.
The parents say their baby has been born with a condition called test-tub birth.
It’s when a baby is born with both of its arms hanging down in a sling and the arms do not fit in their sockets.
The baby’s legs and trunk have to be manually attached to a support.
The mother of the 11-week-old, who asked not to be named, has no way to get the baby to a nursery or hospital.
The baby is at home with her grandmother and two brothers.
They are in the process of taking the baby back to the hospital to have the baby assessed by doctors and to have its skull tested.
The girl’s mom, who works in a nursery, said she wants the little girl to be tested for Down syndrome.
The child’s parents have been in a “troubled” situation for the past few months.
They say their child is too young to have surgery or chemotherapy, and that they need help to pay for care.
“The parents were very upset with the state of their child,” said Dr. Jennifer O’Connor, the pediatrician who treated the baby.
She said that when the mother found out the girl had Down syndrome, she cried for a long time.
“We were so scared, so scared she would have a life-threatening illness,” said O’Conner.
O’Connor said she told the parents that if they wanted to have their daughter in a special nursery, they had to pay the cost.
They agreed to that and she said the baby’s parents got their child home with them at the hospital.
O’Connors said they have paid the full cost of the hospital care, and are now waiting for her to see the baby, and if she wants a test for Down Syndrome.
“It’s a difficult time for us because our baby is so young and the hospital is closed for a number of days at a time, so we don’t have enough time to give her a test and she’s not going to have an exam,” said she.
The hospital is trying to find a new nursery for the baby so she can be with her family for a little while.
But the parents say they are getting calls from other babies in the area saying they want to have babies too.
“Some are thinking about having babies at home, or having children in the car or whatever they can get in the city to be with their parents,” said Sarah O’Reilly, the mother.
The parents are now asking for donations to help pay for their costs.
“If we can get a little bit of help from people out there who are willing to donate money, then we can make sure that we’re going to get our child home,” said Sean O’Brien, the father.
Overnight, O’Donnell said, the little baby has become a symbol for the struggle of parents who struggle with their children with disabilities.
“I think it’s amazing that people are so willing to take a little baby, a baby that’s so young, and put it in a hospital for a few days and not let her out,” said her husband.