New Zealand’s smallest couple have an extra reason to celebrate this Christmas after welcoming a beautiful baby girl into their family.
Having waited to find out the gender, Maddi and Rawiri Cherrington couldn’t be happier finding out they are parents to daughter Amaia Elizabeth Grace and have dubbed themselves the “Three Amigos”.
Both diagnosed with achondroplasia, the most common type of short-limbed dwarfism, neither knew the full extent of the condition, if they would require medical help in falling pregnant or even if their dream would become a reality.
Needless to say, the couple from Kerikeri in the Bay of Islands were over the moon welcoming Amaia, who is also a dwarf, on April 3 at Auckland City Hospital.
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December 2 2019