Students are hailing him their hero as they recount those devastating moments.
“Today I broke down. No one should have to see their child like this.”
“I’ll be cleaning buttercream out of the floorboards for months but I reckon it was 100 percent worth it.”
“I shared because in all of the mysteries of reproduction and childbirth, this made sense to me.”
“You never forget to say, ‘I love you,’ or kiss goodnight. You realize that one day you’ll desperately miss the things that used to annoy you.”
“We found out we were both hiding our rings in the same underwear drawer, and we were both sneaking into the room to look at the rings. But we never noticed each other’s!”
“I remember laying there scared to death just ready to see a baby. Well let me tell you… I did not just see a baby. Didn’t just see two babies. Not even three.”
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“We’ve thought about and prayed for this day for almost two years.”
With having a moderate case of progeria and knowing I aged faster, I was terrified I would never find someone to love me for who I was.