A mother and daughter from Victoria are now living with strangers because of a medical condition, but their relationship is changing rapidly thanks to the kindness of strangers.
ABC News Breakfast’s Kate Daley spoke to the pair about how their lives have changed since they first moved to the country to start a family.
“We had a really tough time, it was a tough time,” the mother said.
“It was really hard to leave that family behind, so we moved into a home where we could get to know them a bit better, so it was really difficult for us.”
They met at the local sports bar and had a lot of fun together, the mother added.
“I just remember that day I met them and I was like ‘that’s a really great person to spend the night with’,” the mother continued.
“Then when I went to see them at home, they were like ‘well, I guess we’re not going to have a great time’.”
The mum is in her early 40s and lives in a small town in Victoria.
She and her family moved to Victoria from Victoria, New South Wales, in 2003 to start their family.
It was a hard decision to leave their long-term partner, but the couple were determined to have their baby girl.
They had been in a relationship for three years and were both planning on having a child, but it didn’t work out.
“After three years of not having any children, we felt like we needed to make some changes in order to make sure we could have a child,” the mum said.
The couple has since taken their family to different states to try to conceive and are now considering moving to a different state in order for the baby to have the best chance of survival.
“The baby is doing very well, but we are still waiting for it to be born,” the woman said.
“I’ve just started a new job, so I’m hoping to be able to get back to the family.”
We have three other children and we’re very grateful to everyone that has helped us along the way.
The couple said they plan to move to a new state when they have a baby. “
People just come out and help, they just say, ‘what’s the matter, can you help me?’ and we’ve just been overwhelmed,” she said.
The couple said they plan to move to a new state when they have a baby.
“My goal is to move here, it’s just a dream, I just want to be a mum,” the family said.
They have been trying to raise money for their daughter to go to a school in Australia for about three months, but are still struggling financially.
The mother is working full-time to raise funds to send the baby and their two children to the new school.
“If I can get the money I need, I will get the baby,” the daughter said.
A post shared by Kate Dacey (@katedaly) on Feb 12, 2018 at 9:06am PST “We are very fortunate to have this little girl that is now our child.
It’s amazing to have such a special bond with her.”
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