Amanda Fyfe had a slim chance of dating a man, talkless of getting married and having children as a result of being diagnosed with Osteogenesis Imperfecta when she was born.
Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a severe form of brittle bone disease had stunted 31-yr-old Fyfe’s growth at 2ft 8in.
Then she met Steven who was towering above her at 6ft 1in and fell in-love with him after a few dates.
After exchanging vows, Steven carried Fyfe to the dancefloor as their favorite song came on.
“It sounds cheesy but I really have found Heaven with Steven.
“When I was younger, I was so scared I wouldn’t be able to find a boyfriend because of my size.
“But all my dreams have come true and I’ve met the perfect man. He’s never cared about my height and loves me the way I am, ” – the happy bride recalled her special moment.
Though Fyfe was unable to stand for a long time on her wedding day, she was walked down the aisle on a wheelchair by her proud father, Geoff.
The newlyweds met in 2007 but began dating two years later. Fyfe found out she was pregnant three months later that she was pregnant with her son Aidan who is now six years old.
In May 2012, Steven proposed over a romantic dinner without a ring, as no ring could fit her finger.
Speaking on how Steven, Amanda and Aidan function as a family, the bride says everything is pretty normal like a home should be.
“Apart from the fact that I’m a bit smaller than most mums, we are just a totally normal family,” the bride said.