Sydney Swans star Gary Rohan’s heartbreaking announcement

Sydney Swans star Gary Rohan has revealed that his wife is pregnant with twins, but that one of baby’s lives is “destined to be cut short”.
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Writing in a post on Instagram on Saturday, Rohan, 26, said he and his wife Amie had learnt one of their “beautiful bubs” was diagnosed with anencephaly.

A serious birth defect, anencephaly means a baby is born without parts of its brain, scalp and skull.

“Babies born with anencephaly are not compatible with life,” Rohan wrote.

“Since our brain tells our heart to beat, our lungs to breath, our legs to move and so on, these babies live from a few moments to a few hours after birth.”

Rohan said he and his wife had known about the baby’s condition for several weeks since a scan, and had decided to tell the public after “constantly discussing what [they] should do”.

“We come to the decision that either way, BOTH our babies are beautiful, precious human beings, with the only thing being that sadly one’s life is destined to be cut short,” he wrote.

“There are going to be some really difficult days ahead but also many happy ones, and we want to share each and every one of those moments with you all.”@amierohan_ and I are over the moon to share with you all that we have been blessed twice over Sadly, one of our beautiful bubs has been diagnosed with anencephaly. Anencephaly is a condition where part of the brain, skull and scalp never develops. Our brain is very sensitive, so to live our brain must have cushion and protection. Since our brain tells our heart to beat, our lungs to breath, our legs to move and so on, these babies live from a few moments to a few hours after birth. Babies born with anencephaly are not compatible with life. Ames and I have known about this since our 11 week scan, and since knowing, we’ve been constantly discussing what we should do, how we should tell people and if we should tell people at all. We come to the decision that either way, BOTH our babies are beautiful, precious human beings, with the only thing being that sadly ones life is destined to be cut short. There are going to be some really difficult days ahead but also many happy ones, and we want to share each and every one of those moments with you all. Talking about our situation with people has been our therapy, letting our emotions out has been the best thing for us personally. We would love for anyone who has been affected by anencephaly themselves or know of others affected by anencephaly to please contact us. Don’t be afraid to talk to us about it. That’s what we want, we want people to ask questions, we want to talk about it with others. We still need questions answered as much as everyone else. And at the end of the day, we will always be parents to twins, our journey has just been written a little differently to others. All our love Gaz & Ames xxA post shared by GaryRohan16 (@garyrohan16) on Nov 23, 2017 at 10:57pm PST

Sydney Swans star Gary Rohan has revealed that his wife is pregnant with twins, but that one of baby’s lives is “destined to be cut short”.
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Writing in a post on Instagram on Saturday, Rohan, 26, said he and his wife Amie had learnt one of their “beautiful bubs” was diagnosed with anencephaly.

A serious birth defect, anencephaly means a baby is born without parts of its brain, scalp and skull.

“Babies born with anencephaly are not compatible with life,” Rohan wrote.

“Since our brain tells our heart to beat, our lungs to breath, our legs to move and so on, these babies live from a few moments to a few hours after birth.”

Rohan said he and his wife had known about the baby’s condition for several weeks since a scan, and had decided to tell the public after “constantly discussing what [they] should do”.

“We come to the decision that either way, BOTH our babies are beautiful, precious human beings, with the only thing being that sadly one’s life is destined to be cut short,” he wrote.

“There are going to be some really difficult days ahead but also many happy ones, and we want to share each and every one of those moments with you all.”@amierohan_ and I are over the moon to share with you all that we have been blessed twice over Sadly, one of our beautiful bubs has been diagnosed with anencephaly. Anencephaly is a condition where part of the brain, skull and scalp never develops. Our brain is very sensitive, so to live our brain must have cushion and protection. Since our brain tells our heart to beat, our lungs to breath, our legs to move and so on, these babies live from a few moments to a few hours after birth. Babies born with anencephaly are not compatible with life. Ames and I have known about this since our 11 week scan, and since knowing, we’ve been constantly discussing what we should do, how we should tell people and if we should tell people at all. We come to the decision that either way, BOTH our babies are beautiful, precious human beings, with the only thing being that sadly ones life is destined to be cut short. There are going to be some really difficult days ahead but also many happy ones, and we want to share each and every one of those moments with you all. Talking about our situation with people has been our therapy, letting our emotions out has been the best thing for us personally. We would love for anyone who has been affected by anencephaly themselves or know of others affected by anencephaly to please contact us. Don’t be afraid to talk to us about it. That’s what we want, we want people to ask questions, we want to talk about it with others. We still need questions answered as much as everyone else. And at the end of the day, we will always be parents to twins, our journey has just been written a little differently to others. All our love Gaz & Ames xxA post shared by GaryRohan16 (@garyrohan16) on Nov 23, 2017 at 10:57pm PST