A TENTH baby for the woman told she would never have any children: Family celebrate latest arrival 17 years after first

A TENTH baby for the woman told she would never have any children: Family celebrate latest arrival 17 years after first Katrina Young and husband Robert failed to conceive for two yearsSuffered from polycystic ovary syndrome and told she could be infertileProved doctors wrong ten times over – and still wants more By Lucy Laing PUBLISHED: 22:34 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:35 GMT, 17 February 2013 Surrounded by her children, Katrina Young is a picture of contented motherhood.

No larger than a golf ball, this baby armadillo is melting everyone’s hearts (except for the ants, of course)

No larger than a tennis ball, this baby armadillo is melting everyone”s hearts (except for the ants, of course) These are the adorable pictures of the latest addition to a family of armadillos, small enough to fit into your breast pocket.

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sister

Desperate mother has baby induced early so she can meet her dying 10-year-old sisterLoss of little Katy's smile alerted her mother to spectre of illnessBaby Scarlet brings the cancer-stricken schoolgirl happiness Family seek radical help from Australia to save their daughter A heavily pregnant mother took the heartbreaking decision to induce her child early so that her unborn daughter could meet her dying older sister. Paula Holmes, from Penwortham, near Preston, Lancashire, asked doctors to deliver baby Scarlet three weeks early to allow cancer-stricken Katy the chance to meet her little sister