“I thought, ‘It’s my baby.
It’s a good one,'” she said.
“So I was thinking about what to do with it.
Then, I remembered my friends, who all have twins and who are happy with their babies.
I started thinking, ‘This is my baby too.
I’d take a photo of myself with the baby and post it on Instagram. “
She added, “I decided I’d be a good mother.
I’d take a photo of myself with the baby and post it on Instagram.
I wanted to have that kind of experience with my baby.
“I was hoping that I would be able to celebrate with him, but it turned out I was having a difficult time,” she said, adding that she had to work so hard to keep the baby together.
“I was trying to make the baby laugh and he had to be calm,” she added.
She posted a photo with the couple’s two-year-old daughter, who is the baby’s older sister.
On Wednesday, May 1, the baby woke up in a hospital bed.
The couple says the baby has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
We are very fortunate that we have been able to keep our baby together for so long, said her mother, Amanda St. Clair.
My husband and I are so thankful for what we have accomplished.
We have done everything we can to keep him safe and happy.
It was a miracle, St. Claire said.
I’m so grateful for the support of all my friends and family.
There’s so much more I want to share, she said in a Facebook post.
A week after the birth, the couple said they were thrilled to see the baby on the way home from the hospital.