BELLEVUE, Nebraska -- A Nebraska couple jokingly says their daughter "is 2 going on 14."
David and Jenny Hancock wanted to make their fertility struggles public, in order to help other couples who want to have a family.
"It wasn't until a year into marriage we found out we couldn't have children. Adoption was always something we wanted to pursue," Jenny Hancock said to KETV.
Their 2-year-old daughter Kate came from an embryo that had been frozen for 14 years at minus 321 degrees.
The embryo was adopted through a non-profit, Christian-based, embryo donation center.
Embryos such as the one the Hancocks adopted come from donors who may have stored them, but later decided to turn them over for adoption.
Couple 'adopts' frozen 14-year-old embryo