A Utah woman who thought that she’d never be able to have a biological child was shocked to discover on Sunday that she was eight months pregnant.
Calvin Williams told KSL-TV that his wife Brooke had a brain tumor as a little girl and was told she “wouldn't be able to have kids.”
When Brooke began to have seizures on Sunday, the couple rushed to the hospital.
"So they did blood work. The guy came back and said ... 'This level is common with someone who is pregnant,'” Williams said, according to KSL.
A few hours later, they welcomed a baby girl.
"It’s crazy, it's a miracle,” Williams said. “Without any prenatal care, being a month early. She's 5 pounds, 8 ounces, 18 inches long, and she's great."
Williams said the experience has been a “whirlwind.”
"I just honestly stared at her and didn't know … like ‘oh, that’s mine,’" Williams said, adding, “It's been crazy. I've had every emotion, really."
Asked about those who are skeptical about the couple not knowing they were expecting, Williams laughed.
"She never had any sickness,” he said. “She never felt her stomach move. Me and my wife are the type of people that make fun of those people.”
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