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Ireland Pregnant homeless woman's joy after being offered bed until baby is born

13:25  09 february  2020
13:25  09 february  2020 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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a person looking at the camera: Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant ...Cassie and partner Christopher , who have no addiction issues, have been sleeping in a tent in the Phoenix Park in freezing temperatures since August and she fears she will lose her baby. © Provided by Dublin Live Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant ...Cassie and partner Christopher , who have no addiction issues, have been sleeping in a tent in the Phoenix Park in freezing temperatures since August and she fears she will lose her baby.

A pregnant woman who was living in a tent admitted she “bawled crying” after Dublin Live helped get her off the streets. Cassie Murphy, 29, who had been camped in Dublin’s Phoenix Park, ran a hot bath in her own ensuite hotel bedroom yesterday. The Simon Community got in touch with the mum-to-be after Dublin Live reporter Trevor Quinn revealed she had been in a freezing tent for five months.

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Read Baby from the story Homeless & Pregnant by booklegendmaker with 8,043 reads. reject, poor, abuse. " My partner took him too get some food and your baby is in the nursery. Now do we have permission to get a rape kit.?" he asked looking at me.

Then, six months after first learning the woman was pregnant , the Whittens were attending a Valentine’ s Day party when Jesse received a phone call. It was from a social worker at the hospital’ s labor and delivery department. The social worker had a question for Jesse that would change his life

She was terrified for her baby’s health if she had remained there until the tot’s due date in May. Cassie, from Coolock, was told by Dublin Region Homeless Executive that she and partner Christopher Evans would wait a year for a couple’s bed. But after Dublin Live's expose, the Simon Community handed her the keys to a double ensuite room at the Bonnington Hotel – formerly the Regency – and told her she could stay there “after her baby is born”.

a messy bed in a room: Tent where Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant and her partner Christopher live © Provided by Dublin Live Tent where Cassie Murphy, 29, who is five months pregnant and her partner Christopher live Cassie said: “I just bawled crying. I felt so relieved I’d have somewhere safe to have my baby. I was terrified I’d go into labour in the street. I heard a story about a girl who went into labour in Dublin. I kept going, ‘Will that be me?’  “Before coming here, Simon gave us a hostel for a few nights but we had to leave every morning at 9am and weren’t allowed back in until 8pm.

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I am still considering my other diagnosis of a malignant tumour somewhere that is producing pregnancy hormones, so when the ultrasonographer says cheerfully, "Yes, there' s very much a pregnancy here, do you want to see the baby ?", I'm suddenly relieved that it ' s only a baby after all.

“Only when I got here yesterday I believed it was real. “As soon as I came in I ran a bath but I fell asleep without having the bath. I felt normal. “I can’t thank Trevor enough. I didn’t want to tell my story at first as I knew I would be judged but I did it as it’s not just for me – how many more people does this have to happen to?”

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