'Paralyzed Bride' Celebrates Mother's Day with New Baby

This adorable baby girl is truly a miracle for a woman who feared she might never become a mom.

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Rachelle Chapman became paralyzed from the chest down five years ago at her bachelorette party when a friend playfully pushed her into a swimming pool and her head struck the bottom.

Rachelle told INSIDE EDITION, "I was really nervous that when the accident happened I wouldn't be able to have children."

The wedding went on as planned, with Rachelle in a wheelchair and her groom, Chris Chapman, sitting in a chair so they could exchange vows eye-to-eye.

Rachelle couldn't safely carry a child herself due to high doses of blood pressure medication she must take, so a friend agreed to be her surrogate.

Two weeks ago little Kaylee was born!

Rachelle's mothering tasks are made easier with a specially-equipped crib and a changing table that is also tailored to the mom's needs. 

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And she can rock the baby the easy way! Rachelle told INSIDE EDITION, "You can actually do it through your cell phone! I can turn it on and there are all these different rocking settings."

So, Rachelle remains paralyzed, but in her heart she's walking on air.

She added, "It's finally a dream come true!"

Rachelle has written a book on her story called The Promise. Click here if you'd like to read an excerpt.

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