Helen's Blog - Tuesday 13th May 2014
Hope you're well.
On the show today it will be day 2 of the new 'What am I' & I shall be giving away another CD on the CD giveaway this week. Tune in for your chance to win & for some fabulous music.
Here are the clues from yesterday:
1: I am named after someone famous
2: There is even a dance made about me
I saw this in the news & it did bring a tear to my eye.
Twin girls who were suffering from a serious health condition have surprised doctors after they were born holding hands. Jillian and Jenna Thistlethwaite’s mother Sarah had faced a tumultuous nine month pregnancy after they were diagnosed as monoamniotic.
This meant their umbilical cords could have become twisted during birth and caused death.
But medics in Ohio, United States, were taken aback when the girls were delivered with their hands joined instead.
‘I can’t believe they were holding hands. That’s amazing,’ said their 32-year-old mother Sarah.
‘They’re already best friends.’
The girls were said to be doing well after initially being put on ventilators following the birth.