'Inconceivable' parents have miracle baby
Congratulations are in order for the Savage family who just welcomed their 6th child into the world. Weighing in at a little over 7 pounds, Nicholas Winton Savage was born on November 12th.
Little Nicholas was a surprise pregnancy for parents Carolyn and Sean who struggled with infertility for two decades. The Savages had three children but found they couldn't conceive nearly 20 years ago when they tried to expand their family.
Carolyn underwent several cycles of in vitro fertilization ending in the most horrifying situation for a parent imaginable. They got pregnant, but there was a huge mix-up. Carolyn was carrying another family's child.
According to the CDC, 6.7 million women in America have an impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term. That's nearly 11 percent of women between the ages of 15 and 44, and 7.4 million have turned to fertility services for help.
The Savage's book "Inconceivable" chronicles the couple's journey through IVF and the heart-wrenching experience of carrying a baby that was not their own. Still unable to conceive, a surrogate later carried the Savage's twin daughters.
Then, the family got the surprise of the lifetime. Carolyn and Sean naturally conceived a miracle baby. They announced the pregnancy via social media and even revealed the sex of their youngest baby-to-be on Instagram.
According to the couple's website, Mommy and baby are doing just fine and thanked fans for their thoughts and prayers.
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