Young Woman Gives Birth To ‘Miracle’ Daughter Who Spent 24 Years As A Frozen Embryo

by Kat Manos
Kat Manos is an Associate Editor who loves arguing about indie rock, classic literature, and "Star Wars."

Sometimes, I am so amazed by how incredible science is!

Just last month, history was made by a 6-pound, 8-ounce baby named Emma Wren. She was born from an embryo that was frozen 24 years ago — the longest an embryo has ever been frozen and brought to term.

The SF Gate explains that little Emma Wren was previously conceived by a couple in the early ’90s and frozen on October 14, 1992, only two year after Emma’s now-mother, Tina Gibson, gave birth to her.

Despite being frozen in 1992, little Emma was placed inside Tina’s uterus in Tennessee just this year, which is how Tina gave birth! So amazing.

Doctors are calling her birth a “miracle,” and I can’t say I disagree.

Emma’s father says of the newborn, “Emma is such a sweet miracle. I think she looks pretty perfect to have been frozen all those years ago.”

We certainly couldn’t agree more!

Looks like Emma will have plenty to brag about when she gets older — not every kid at school will have lived 24 years already!

What do you think of this strange birth? Do you think Emma is only a month old, or almost the age of her mother, Tina?

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