World record: Emma is "the oldest baby in the world"
app_This baby is only one year younger than his mother (1)
How can that be? How do you call Emma the "oldest baby in the world"? The background: Emma's embryo was frozen in October 1992. At the beginning of 2017, the embryo was then implanted into the American Tina Gybson (26) - and now little Emma was born alive and well.
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Curious: Because the embryo was "on ice" for so long, Mama Tina and the baby could have been friends if the embryo had not been frozen at the time. But the happy mum does not think so: "I just wanted to have a baby, I do not care if it's a world record or not."
The previous "record" for a frozen embryo was around 20 years - so the little Emma is now this "best brand" by more than five years to the top. The physicians kept the anonymous donation until the right couple with a desire to have children came, who can not have children themselves.
Anyway, we wish Mama Tina and her family only the best and are happy that little Emma is alive and well!