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Black Parents Birth White Blonde Hair Blue Eyed Babygirl.

Posted by integrityforamerica on July 26, 2010


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“THE stunned black dad of a newborn, WHITE, baby girl declared yesterday — “I’m sure she’s my kid … I just don’t know why she’s BLONDE.”

British Nmachi Ihegboro has amazed genetics experts who say the little girl is NOT an albino.” 

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The baby girl born to black parents has become a miracle baby on the internet as questions about the possibility of this happening grow.  Baby Girl Nmachi Ihegboro’s birth has left the medical world baffled.  Many doctors have made it clear she is not albino but they wonder about her DNA mapping since even white children are not born with such blonde hair at birth.  As we begin in recent years to find a key to genetic makeup it is almost like we start all over again.  How is this possible?  The Ihegboro’s family of Nigerian decent does not have a mixed raced background. 

Doctors in the past have experienced mixed race parents giving birth to twins one white one black.  This case may be the first of its kind.  It is very clear the child is white and the two parents are black.  Angela and Ben the parents although shocked have called her the miracle baby.

My opinion is clear.  This child is a reality check to the world.  When we think we have it all figured out we often are thrown a reality check.  No matter what religion you are or how you believe there is a miracle child born that defies all possible explanation.  I believe God has a serious plan for us and he continues to let us know that he is in charge.  When we thing we have it mapped out a new road appears. 

She is a beautiful baby girl who will be loved and adored for life.  She is healthy and born to great parents who love her.  He color does not matter and never should.

A miracle child is born in London not because of the question of her color, but because her birth lets us know that there is so much we don’t understand.

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