Mum With Virtually No Muscles Miraculously Gives Birth to Baby Boy

Nobody would ever question that having a child is no small or easy feat. It’s a round the clock work that requires huge amounts of adoration, a considerable measure of feeding, and many sleepless nights.

Indeed, even guardians who have created unpredictable frameworks for tending to their little ones, like this determined dad to triplets, feel the strain of looking after a baby.

For 22-year old Sheree Psaila, caring to her baby kid is especially troublesome in light of the fact that she can’t lift him up and comfort him.

“Sometimes he’ll cry and I can’t reach him to pick him up. I have to wait for someone to pick him up for me,” she explained to Daily Mail.

This is because, due to a rare genetic condition, Sheree has no muscle tissue in her arms and legs.

Despite the difficulties that come along with raising her baby, the fact that she was able to give birth at all is absolutely miraculous.

Learn more about her amazing journey to defy people’s preset limitations below.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

Sheree Psaila has spent her entire life defying expectations, based on her extremely rare condition.

Having been born with rthrogryposis multiplex congenita, meaning she has no muscle tissue in her arms or legs, her parents were warned that she wouldn’t live past her first birthday.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

After 20 fairly unsuccessful surgeries, doctors suggested that she be put in a wheelchair and sent to study at a special needs school.

But she wanted to walk and took her first steps at age five, determined to rise past everyone’s bullying and low expectations and lead a normal life.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

While studying at Tafe, Psaila met Chris, who has a hereditary condition that affects his lower spine.

The two got married in March 2015, and were eager to try and start a family.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

They first suffered through a miscarriage, but the loving couple preserved emotionally and went on to have a surprisingly successful pregnancy.

“The doctors told me I probably wouldn’t be able to have kids, although they didn’t give me a reason why not,” she said.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

At barely four feet tall, doctors considered it nothing short of a miracle that the baby was able to grow the fully inside Psaila.

After moving to Melbourne with Chris, she gave birth via a cesarean section.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

There little baby Hayden was born being five and half pounds and completely healthy.

He has no disabilities or hereditary conditions.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

The couple’s miracle baby is true testament to their strength and spirit, though the hard parts of parenthood are just beginning.

Because of her muscles, Psaila has a difficult time being able to tend to her baby and can barely hold him up.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

Fortunately, she gets help from a carer who comes five days a week to help out with baby, though her husband is definitely takes primary care of him.

“When we go swimming, I want to be able to hold him in the pool and do all of the stuff that Chris does with him,” she explained.

Pic from Caters News - A young woman who was told by doctors that she wouldnt live past her first birthday is now a miracle mum. Sheree Psaila cant hold her own baby boy without assistance and is physically unable to bathe him or change his nappy on her own. She was born with a rare congenital condition called arthrogryposis multiplex congenita (AMC), meaning that she has virtually no muscle tissue in her arms or legs and is barely able to bend her joints. Sheree has had approximately 22 surgeries to help alleviate the symptoms of her AMC, including muscle transfers and tendon releases, but her condition remains largely unchanged. SEE CATERS COPY

Despite the struggles, she loves being a mom to the healthy baby boy.

Between caring for her son and continuing to study at Tafe, it seems that her dream of living a normal life despite her disabilities has completely come true.

If you think mothers are the strongest humans on earth, please SHARE Sheree’s beautiful story!

Source: Littlethings, Daily Mail

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