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Husband and Wife should respect and love each other, so the children can emulate. Kids pick up things unknowingly to the parents.

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Husband and Wife should respect and love each other, so the children can emulate. Kids pick up things unknowingly to the parents.
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38-Years Old Woman Who Wrongly Thought She Was Infertile Has Had a Baby with a 77-Year-Old Man

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When people meet them for the first time, they think the baby is his grandchild. A 38-year-old woman who wrongly thought she was infertile has had a baby with a 77-year-old man after falling in love on a Australian backpacking trip.

Kat King is frequently mistaken for her husband Kevin’s granddaughter but she says she has never felt more content. The couple met in January 2007 at a campsite in Tasmania and despite the 39-year age gap, the pair immediately hit it off.

Kevin proposed to Kat a few months later and in 2010 they welcomed their “miracle” son Pierre. Kat began her backpacking adventure in 2006, leaving her native Germany for Australia.

Speaking of how she met Kevin, she said: “We were just friends, and I would stay in his nice caravan in return for cooking for him. While we shared his double bed, there was no funny business.

“But, one day in summer 2007, in a supermarket, he bumped into me by accident and I reacted furiously and stormed off – threatening to leave him and t…

SHOCKING SAD STORY - Mum Narrates How Her Toddler Daughter Started Growing Breasts At Two & Menstruating At The Age of Four.

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A five-year-old girl who grew breasts aged two and started her period at four is now being forced to go through the menopause.

Little Emily Dover was still a toddler when she developed breast buds, strong body odour and cystic acne – to her parents’ shock.

She started menstruating at just four years old and, within the past 12 months, has grown hair on her forehead, back and vagina.

Now, she is facing going through the menopause – as well as the same, often distressing, side effects that older women experience.

Her mum, Tam Dover, told Mirror Online her beautiful daughter is body conscious, aware that she is different to other children her age.

But heartbreakingly, the youngster can’t understand why.

Recalling the moment Emily started menstruating, Tam, 41, said: “Because she has trouble toileting, she thought she had done a poo in her undies.

“We used panty liners and it didn’t last more than a day.”

She added: “She only had her period again the other day”.

“She hasn’t even had a ch…