SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: Amelie is nearly four but she’s still only the size of a one-year-old baby. She has a rare form of dwarfism called Russell Silver Syndrome. At Amelie’s age, being tiny and doll-like gets you lots of attention but the condition is already causing her problems. As she gets older, life may become more of a challenge as we find out from others with this syndrome. We follow Amelie’s family as they travel to America to learn more from an international expert in the condition. Although Amelie is growing older, will she grow up to be just like all her friends?
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Three families with supersized broods are asked is bigger really better, while the Hamlins and their ten kids seek to challenge the perception that large families survive on handouts. Most people feel that their families are complete after they have had a couple of babies, some will try for a third and a small (but brave) minority may even go for a fourth or fifth. In this series, we will meet eight of the biggest families in the UK to find out what it is like to raise 10 or more children. The fights, the rewards, the love and the frustration that go hand in hand with having a family will be seen here, multiplied and laid bare. Is every sibling interaction a struggle for dominance and parental attention, or in the case of families is bigger really better? Family holidays, weddings, births, domestic life, and rights of passage are important events in the life of any family, but what are they like when you have more children than you can count on two hands? Nurture is the new home for captivating and interesting documentaries and shows about all things parenting. We will be uploading every week so subscribe to keep updated. Subscribe for more from Nurture: Produced by Lion Television.