THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: WE CHAMPION COURAGEOUS MUMS

THIS WEEK IN THE MAGS: WE CHAMPION COURAGEOUS MUMS

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We’ve had another packed week at Sell My Story, with seven great articles in the magazines today. First we’ll bring you three all about fab mums, bravely facing knock-backs for their babies. Being a new mum is never easy, but these ladies have had tragedy, fear, and health scares thrown at them and still come out smiling. Click on the images below to read the full article, and watch out for the rest of our stories in blog posts over the next few days.

ALLERGIC! TO MY UNBORN SON

Dayle was 20 weeks pregnant when she noticed a strange rash all over. Doctors revealed she was having an allergic reaction – to her own baby. She suffered extreme itching throughout the pregnancy, which continued after Jacob’s birth, making it difficult for the new mum to bond with her baby. Unable to even hold Jacob, Dayle, 20, developed postnatal depression. After three months the rash disappeared and now Dayle is a loving mum. She’s sold her story to Real People magazine after we helped her share it in national newspapers.

 

ALSO PUBLISHED THIS WEEK…

Samantha's story in Pick Me Up
Samantha’s story in Pick Me Up
HERO HOUND SAVED ME AND MY UNBORN BABY
 Samantha, 27, was 27 weeks pregnant when her puppy, Zeus, woke her in the middle of the night by persistently barking and licking her. Sitting up in bed, she realised she was badly bleeding, and was rushed to hospital for an emergency Caesarean section. Baby Dominic was resuscitated and Samantha was pumped with six litres of blood. Now she credits her cute hero hound for saving their lives. She sold her story to Pick Me Up magazine.
WHEN MY BABY CRIES… SHE DIES
 When baby Ebonie was ten months old tragedy struck – when she appeared to drop dead in front of shocked mum, Chantelle’s eyes. Ebonie was diagnosed with RAS – a condition which causes her heart and breathing to stop temporarily whenever she gets upset. Keeping her toddler, now three, happy is a matter of life and death for Chantelle, 32, as she’s afraid she’ll lose her girl every time she cries. Her story is in Chat magazine to raise awareness of the rare condition.
Do you know a mum who’s battled against the odds? Is your mum extra special? We’d love to hear their story, so fill in the contact form on the right and we’ll get in touch.
By Helen O’Brien Google