The picture was taken by an Arizona photographer capturing the emotional and physical struggle that many couples go through when they try to conceive.
In the photo, taken by Samantha Packer, two-week-old baby London lies in the middle of two hearts created from the hundreds of in vitro fertilisation (IVF) needles the couple used to conceive their daughter.
“Four years, seven attempts, three miscarriages, and 1,616 shots,” Patricia and Kimberley O’Neill had told Packer when they asked her to photograph their newborn.
After four miscarriages and the diagnosis of Factor V Leiden, a blood-clotting condition, the couple wasn’t sure if they could keep trying - but they did, finally working with a doctor who specialises in Factor V Leiden and welcoming a healthy baby.
“This photo shows so much beauty and strength. Those lovenox injections are no joke. I take eight shots a day and we plan on doing something with all my saved up shots too. Tell the momma congrats because this is such a photo of strength from one mum who has a similar story,” one woman commented over the photo.
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