Pregnant Mom And Her Shocking Sonogram

Ian and Brittani are parents to two lovely girls. They were happy to receive the news they will soon be adding fraternal twins to their brood. Like every pregnant mom, Brittani decides to name her children Mason and Madilyn.

Pregnant Mom is Releaved Something Shocking
The McIntire Family

Fate against a Pregnant Mom

However, fate had other plans for Ian and Brittani. With every passing month, the doctors found Madilyn grew to 2 pounds and Mason weighed only 9 ounces. They even found the brain of Mason growing abnormally and there was a hole in Mason’s heart.

Pregnant Briattani McIntire
Briattani McIntire is Distraught

Surgery the Only Hope

According to Brittani, Mason’s only hope to survive was getting a heart surgery. However, the doctors aren’t ready to go ahead because of his brain.

Pregnant Brittani and Her Unborn Boy
Sonography Image of the Baby

The Shocking Sonogram Image

The last sonogram Brittani had captured an unimaginable image of her tiny unborn kids. The image shows Mason holding on to one of Madilyn’s fingers. This striking image has shed a new light of hope for the family. According to Brittani, “I know I’m holding him, I’m carrying him, but I just want to be there for him. And she’s the only one who can actually be there and holding onto him through it, so it’s comforting to know that if he does pass he won’t be alone.”

The Baby Holding Hand in Pregnant Mom Sonogram
The Dying Twin Holding on to His Sister’s Finger

Hope is All They Have

Mason may not survive the pregnancy; yet, the family remains positive and hopeful. The family says “I know I’m holding him, I’m carrying him, but I just want to be there for him. And she’s the only one who can actually be there and holding onto him through it, so it’s comforting to know that if he does pass he won’t be alone.”

Pregnant Mom and Her Sonogram
Together Always

We too remain hopeful and pray tiny Mason gets the best out of whatever life God has planned for him. As for the pregnant mom, we wish her the best and to remain strong come what may.