[This is rather weird to see, and it actually boggles the mind that this is even physically possible, BUT NATURE DOES INCREDIBLE THINGS. And nature loves white people … I will repeat this. Nature itself is our best friend. Now you would think it is impossible to be pregnant if a woman, who is rather deformed and weird, is only 2 feet 4 inches tall … but she not only got pregnant, but she had 3 children. She died at the age of 44. I also do wonder how sound of mind and body her children are. Would we really want those kinds of children? But, be that as it may, the point here is that this very deformed, weird white woman, who could and probably should have died … actually had 3 kids. So my point is, we should stop snivelling about having children. We, as a race, need to solve the problem of how to have LOTS of WHITE CHILDREN – FAST! We can turn things around. It's well within our capabilities. These photos are rather creepy, but this is real, and it shows you what is possible. The white race are … THE GODS OF REALITY, and this is especially true for WHITE MALES. Nature loves us. Our ancestors lived through incredible hell… and we are the product of a fantastic past. So let's not whine & cry about Jews, blacks and the future. We can beat EVERYONE. This particular topic gives me the creeps but I'm just pointing out the power of nature and the power of our science and race. We have MASSES of fit, healthy, lovely women and girls who could be having beautiful, healthy, intelligent children by the truckload and they aren't. Even more sickening is that intelligent white women are having far less children than the ones of lower IQ. Ditto for the men. We are basically wasting massive opportunities. Jan]
World’s smallest mother dies at 44: 2ft 4ins mom with rare genetic condition passes away after giving birth to three ‘miracle’ kids, defying doctors who said pregnancy would kill her
Stacey Herald, from Kentucky, had a rare condition called Osteogenisis Imperfecta, which stunted her growth
The genetic condition also caused brittle bones and underdeveloped lungs
Stacey leaves behind her husband of 13 years, Wil, 35, and their three children – daughters Kateri, 11, and Makya, 10, and son Malachi, eight
The mother-of-three made headlines around the world when she gave birth to her third child, after doctors insisted pregnancy would kill her
She described herself as a ‘miracle’ and said her children were ‘miracles, too’
By DAILYMAIL.COM REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 13:41 BST, 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 15:38 BST, 11 September 2018
The world’s smallest ever mother has sadly passed away at the age of 44 after leading a remarkable life.
Stacey Herald, who was just 2ft 4ins, had a rare genetic condition called Osteogenisis Imperfecta, which stunted her growth and caused underdeveloped lungs and brittle bones.
The beloved mother leaves behind husband Wil, 35, daughters Kateri, 11, and Makya, 10, and son Malachi, eight, who all live together in the family home in Kentucky.
Tragedy: The world’s smallest mother Stacey Herald, pictured while pregnant with her third child, has died at the age of 44
‘Miracle’: The 2ft 4ins mother-of-three defied doctors who told her that pregnancy would kill her, going on to give birth to three children with husband Wil, 35
Happy family: Stacey, pictured with Wil and their two daughters, Kateri, now 11, and Makya, now 10, was determined to have a family, despite the risks involved in giving birth
Support: The proud mom was able to help care for her children, despite her condition, thanks to the help of her husband, who would take over at night when she became too tired
Special relationship: Stacey and Wil married in 2004, after meeting in 2000 when Stacey was working in a supermarket
Proud: Stacey gave birth to her third child, son Malachi, in November 2010 via C-section. The baby boy was born eight weeks early and weighed just 2lb 10oz
Meaningful: The couple, pictured on their wedding day in 2004, worked together to raise their children, with Stacey describing Wil as a ‘blessing’ in her life
Success: Stacey was confined to a wheelchair, but she refused to let that stop her raising her children, and being a part of their lives
Stacey became a mother against the advice of doctors, who warned that if she got pregnant, the baby could grow too big and crush her lungs and heart.
However, the mother-of-three defied medics to have a family, giving birth to three children in just three years, however two of her kids – Kateri and Malachi – inherited her condition, something the family had hoped to avoid.
Her youngest child, Malachi, was born eight weeks prematurely by caesarian section on November 28, 2010, weighing just 2lb 10oz.
Stacey, who had 34 stitches across her stomach from the procedure, said at the time: ‘He’s the most beautiful perfect boy I’ve ever seen.
‘All I want to do is stay by his side.’
She added: ‘Malachi was born without any broken bones.
‘People with our condition are often born with broken arms and legs because our bones are fragile and can be damaged by the birth.
‘I’ve explained that they’re all special babies, but that the girls will have to be careful with Malachi, until he’s a bit older.
‘When we found out Malachi had my condition it was hard. But we knew we would be the best support possible for him, because Kateri and I have both been there already.’
Despite being confined to a wheelchair, Stacey played an active part in looking after the children, along with her husband Wil, who she married in 2004 after meeting him in 2000 while she was working in a supermarket.
She breastfed Malachi and had a specially built platform that allowed her to bathe them and change nappies from her wheelchair.
But trainee vicar Wil, who is 5ft 9ins, took charge of them at night as it then became too difficult for her.
‘Anything I can’t do, Wil can,’ Stacey said at the time of her third child’s birth.
‘He’s great at getting up in the night and changing diapers and feeding the girls, he really is a blessing.’
Stacey particularly needed his help in looking after Makya, who was already a foot taller than her mother at just two years old.
‘I can’t physically stop her if she’s upset. She’s too big for me now, so Wil has to take care of that,’ she said.
However, despite the difficulties she faced – and the incredible danger she risked giving birth – Stacey loved being a mother, explaining that she considered herself to be a ‘miracle’ and knew that her babies ‘would be miracles, too’.