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Nurses assisted to organise the uncommon proposition

The daddy of an early child amazed his partner by proposing to her with a little aid from his two-day old son.John Sellors kid Cobie was being looked after at Kings Mill Hospital in Nottinghamshire when Mr Sellors developed the idea.He arranged for a ring to be placed in Cobies incubator and a sign asking “will you wed my daddy”.

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Cobie was invited into the world 10 weeks early

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Sian Stafford, 26, stated the gesture came as a shock however her answer was yes.The couple, from Pinxton in Derbyshire, invited their kid into the world 10 weeks early at the start of August.Cobie was taken to the healthcare facilitys neonatal intensive care system and weighed 3lb 9oz (1.36 kg) at the time of the proposition.

The couple have actually been together for 8 years

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“When we got back on to the unit, the nurses told me that Cobie had been taken off his breathing maker, so I needed to look and go, as I d be able to see his face more.”Then John stated, look, I think Cobie wants to understand something.”Latest news and stories from the East MidlandsThe couple, who have been together for 8 years and currently have a daughter, said they would begin wedding preparation at a later date.They said Cobie was still in extensive care however was doing well and they hoped to bring him house in the coming weeks.

Mr Sellors said: “Im not normally the romantic type, but I really wanted to do something to lift Sians spirits and she d been dropping tips for a while about wanting to get wed.”When we got back on to the unit, the nurses informed me that Cobie had been taken off his breathing machine, so I required to look and go, as I d be able to see his face more.”I was concentrating so much on Cobie that I didnt even notice the note and ring at.”Then John said, look, I believe Cobie wants to understand something.”Latest news and stories from the East MidlandsThe couple, who have been together for eight years and already have a daughter, said they would begin wedding event planning at a later date.They said Cobie was still in intensive care however was doing well and they hoped to bring him house in the coming weeks.

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