Dating a paraplegic
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A paraplegic man and his fiancée are making headlines for their hilarious pregnancy announcement.
In the now-viral pic, Todd Krieg sits in his wheelchair with a thumbs-up while Amanda Diesen holds up her sonogram.
"Doctors had said it was possible, but the chances were very slim — that it probably wouldn't happen without help like IVF or other devices," Diesen said.