"We loved our life in Darwin where our kids were born and our son Finn was just starting pre-school, but we moved to Queensland to give Tallulah the early intervention support she needs: intensive specialist paediatric physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy.""Tallulah literally has a full-time job with therapy every day, struggling to keep her disease at bay.
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"It was fairly well embedded in mud but with a bit of digging and a bit of help from our Unimog, it popped out," he said.
help from our Unimog,
"They don't really get a chance to pick who they are going to go with and that's purely to increase that genetic pool because it is so, so low.""It's a bit like Married At First Sight," Ms Lancaster said.
"I'm going to have to start taking it out regularly or it'll find another owner.