Kate Colton has defied the odds once again, this time by falling pregnant and becoming a new mum just four years after being told she would never walk again.
In 2015 a freak trampoline accident resulted in a spinal injury that left Mrs Colton, formerly McDonald, a quadraplegic, and she was told she would likely never have feeling or use in her arms and legs again.
That feeling came back, and then in 2017 Mrs Colton defied the doctors again by walking down the aisle to marry the love of her life David Colton.
Two years later the pair have done it again, after Mrs Colton gave birth to baby Angus eight weeks ago.
"In those early days having a baby or a family seemed so ridiculous I didn't even really think about it, but I never ruled it out," she said.
"To walk down the aisle, fall pregnant, and then carry the baby to full term has been incredible - it is amazing that my body could do that."
While Mrs Colton continues to walk and improve, the pregnancy didn't come without challenges.
"I was still walking, but I wasn't able to exercise much for fear of falling over," she said.
"I am starting to get my movement back, and am looking forward to getting back to the gym, and trying to find my new normal."
New father, David, is also adjusting to fatherhood, and a return to work, but by all reports "is doing a great job as a dad."
Mrs Colton's father, Craig McDonald, was over-the-moon for the new family,.
"It is unbelievable," he said.
"We have been through so many milestones - it's just been incredible."
As for the new mum, the next milestone might be the toughest of all.
"I have to keep improving my movement so I can look after a little boy as best I can," she said.
"But the next big challenge is to get some sleep."