Tuesday, August 31, 2010

How to Share Your Story On Facebook

Hey everyone!

If you'd like to share your story on facebook, here are some simple instructions:

1. Find your story. The easiest way is to go to the Faces Gallery, find your picture, and click on it.

2. At the very bottom of your story, put your cursor over the facebook icon and click on it.

3. Your facebook account will pop up and ask you to choose a picture to go along with your post. Use the arrows to choose option #2, your "I am the face" polaroid photo.

4. Write a note in the text box, like the one in the example above: "My story was published on Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope. Please check it out!"

5. Click the "share" button at the bottom of the page, and you're done! :)

If you haven't shared your story yet, click here for submission instructions. Thanks!

Mom to Aurora Rose
Born sleeping on April 21st, 2010 at 35 weeks
Binghampton, NY

Late August of 1998 I went on a mini vacation with my father and grandmother to the St. Lawrence River. It’s a place we’ve been going all of my life. Late one night my father woke us up and made us go outside to look at the sky. Together, we watched the sky, witnessing the Aurora Borealis together. It was then that I knew I wanted to name my daughter Aurora. I was going into my senior year of high school and wasn’t even dating anyone at the time, but I didn’t care what my future husband thought.

Mom to Chloe Isadora
Stillborn at fullterm on July 30th, 2009
Amarillo, TX

I think I was maybe the last to know that I was actually pregnant. It was November 2008 and my husband Robert, daughter Mavis and I had traveled from Amarillo to Austin to spend Thanksgiving with his family. I was in all sorts of denial about why I'd been sick and that my period was late it had to be because of the vast amounts of stress of traveling with a two and a half year old and visiting my in laws. 

Mom to Jack Everett Hughes
May 8th, 2010-May 10th, 2010
Woodhaven, Michigan

First let me say that if you are easily upset by sad stories, do not continue to read. I don’t want to cause anyone unnecessary sadness. But if you'd like to learn about an incredible little boy, who made more impact in one day of life, than most human beings do in a lifetime, then please read on.

Mom to Lily Grace
Lost at 19 weeks on July 4th, 2010

We found out we were expecting in April, 2010. We were not planning on getting pregnant but were happy none the less. This would be our first baby and number 5 in our little family. I have one son and he has three daughters. His three live with their mother so I was excited that my son would have a sibling of his own. We were waiting to tell people until after the first trimester was over. At 14 weeks we told my parents first since we share a house with them. They were happy but apprehensive since 5 is a lot to handle. 

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mom to twins, lost to miscarriage at 10 weeks
July 29th, 2009
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

I found out I was pregnant on June 15th.  I had just completed the DONA birth doula training the day before and was absolutely certain that I wanted another baby.  I was so excited to see a plus sign, and just one day after I had made the decision that I could have another and really wanted to.  One of my good friends took her IUD out the day after I found out I was expecting and “poof” got pregnant right away.  We were to be pregnant together, that was a first for me, generally I’m the only one pregnant.

Mom to Ryan Alexander
Confirmed miscarriage at 18 weeks
April 3rd, 2006
Lewisberry, PA

My name is Hope.  My husband, Ben, and I were married in September of 2002.  Neither of us were ready for children right away so we waited a few years to give it a try.  We got pregnant in October of 2004 and the pregnancy was great!  We welcomed our first son, Drew, into the world on July 1, 2005 (40 weeks gestation) via Cesarean Section.

Mom to Nolan Michael
Born premature on June 8th, 2009, died on June 11th, 2009
13 ounce miracle

It was Dec 30th or 31st, I am not too sure exactly what day it was. But I woke up with some cramping and decided to take a test. I remember the 2nd line being faint but there was a line. Holy Cow! We’re pregnant!

Mom to an angel lost at 5 weeks
May 2009
Maple, ON, Canada

We were so excited. This pregnancy was more than two years in the making. Suddenly, I began to spot and was ordered home from work to bed rest. It was the Mother's Day weekend. In spite of all my prayers and tears, the bleeding worsened and a trip to the emergency room confirmed what I knew was true. The short time that my baby was inside of me was the happiest I have ever felt. No reason was ever given for the loss. The pregnancy was strong and then suddenly, it wasn't. It just wasn't the right time...

Saturday, August 28, 2010

We have a winner!

Happy Saturday!

Thanks so much to everyone who subscribed to our official mailing list! We can't wait to keep you in the loop and updated with exciting Faces updates (but don't worry, we won't update you too much! :)

Congrats to subscriber #141, Ana Owusu-Tyo, the winner of the $50 Amazon gift card! Ana, please look for the gift card at the email address you provided when you signed up!

There are still many reasons to subscribe to our member's list if you haven't already. One is to make sure you get our first ever e-newsletter, coming out in September! Just click on the button below to get yourself added to the list.

Thanks again, everyone!

Andrea, Kristin, and the rest of the Faces team

PS. 25 people have already signed up to distribute Faces postcards to their local hospital/clinic...have you? Click here for more info.

Mom to Sawyer Erik Williams
June 1st, 2010-June 3rd, 2010
Channahon, IL

I've been putting off writing about Sawyer's birth for a while now, waiting for the right moment to come. I guess today's the day...

There is a LOT of background to this story, but I really don't think a lot of it matters at this point. All I know is that I had an instinct that something was really wrong with my baby. I had it for almost five days leading up to his birth. I was in L&D triage at University of Chicago Hospital twice within that period of time. Once because I just didn't "feel right" and the second time because I woke up the morning of his birth around 4 a.m. soaked in blood.

Missed miscarriage #1, loss confirmed on New Years' Eve, 2009, ERPC January 5th, 2010
Missed miscarriage #2, loss confirmed April 12th, 2010, ERPC April 19th, 2010
High Wycombe, UK

With our first son (born in 2007), I fell pregnant easily and had an uncomplicated pregnancy/birth. Afterwards I experienced post-natal depression and as a result it took until September 2009 to decide that I was ready to try and conceive baby number 2.

Mom to Andrew Edward Mitchell
December 6th, 2009-December 19th, 2009
Oxford, MS

I found out at 9:45 am on April 13, 2009 that my precious husband and I were going to be parents.  We’d been married just 7 days shy of 7 years when I found out.  We’d been trying to have a baby for almost 6 years.  My heart had never been so full.  My pregnancy was pretty effortless for the first two trimesters.  We’d decided on a homebirth, using the midwifery practice my sister used with her daughter.  I developed borderline high blood pressure during my third trimester and managed to get it under control with diet and rest. 

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Mom to Rose Lynn
Stillborn on January 18th, 2009

Rose was born on January 18th, 2009 at 2:30am. She was a perfect little baby, 6lbs 12 oz and 20 inches, with a stunningly beautiful face, a head full of dark hair, long fingers and toes and my husbands dimpled chin...She lived within my womb for 38 1/2 weeks, and then my baby, my sweet Rose, died.

Mom to Fernando Michael Phillip
August 24th, 2004
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

I was blissfully pregnant for the first time at a young age of 23 years. It was so easy. I was glowing, feeling great. I wanted to get pregnant and it was granted to me with ease. Who knew that within 2 months I would be waking up in a pool of water, realizing that my dreams had been shattered and that there was no turning back...

Mom to Ethin RaiLuc
January 9th, 2009-June 27th, 2009
Newaygo, MI

In May of 2008 my life was busy. I had just moved and was adjusting to being a single parent when I found out I was pregnant.  My pregnancy started off very rough and I was put on bed rest due to placenta previa.  On a visit to the perintologist I was told that my placenta had moved back to a normal position, but they thought there was something wrong with my child’s heart.  July 17, 2008 I was given news that no parent wants to hear.  My baby, a boy my children and I had decided to name Ethin, was going to be born with a Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) called  Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS).

Mom to Baylee Grace
February 26th, 2010
Winston-Salem, NC

I found out that I was pregnant with Baylee in July of 2009. My husband, Adam, and I already had 2 wonderful boys, Tyler and Noah. Tyler was 10 and Noah was at the time. I was suffering from a pretty bad case of "baby fever". We were very excited when the test came back positive.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Exciting news, exciting changes!

Hey everyone!

I don't even know where to begin! I guess a good place to start is THANK YOU! Thank you for submitting your stories, for reading other's stories, for leaving encouraging comments, for helping get the word out about this new resource. Thank you, thank you, thank you! When I had this little idea, to create a place where women like us could come together, share our stories, and feel, well, normal, I had no idea how quickly it would take off. Thank you again, from the bottom of my heart, for your amazing support.

We are so fired up and excited around here to see all that the future hold for Faces! I just know it in my heart that Faces is going to make a huge difference, and bring hope and reassurance to so many hurting people in the months and years to come.

But we can't do it without your help!

Every single day, in the US alone, nearly 2,000 women find out that their baby has died. Many of these women leave the hospital or clinic without being given any resources at all. Then there are those like me, who were lucky enough to receive a grief packet, but found the materials out-dated and unappealing. Finding a community of other babyloss moms like me literally saved my life, but unfortunately, I had no idea it existed until weeks after my loss.

Our goal is to get information about Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope into the hands of women who have had a miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, so that they leave the hospital or doctor's office with a place to turn. So that when they are sitting at home, recovering on the couch, they can find friendship and support right away...when they need it most. So they know they are not alone.

With the help of Sarah, owner of Red Bumble Bee, and Aunt to baby Oliver, we've created these informational postcards to get out to hospitals and clinics:

Since we are a completely volunteer-run organization, we need your help in getting these out there!

We've set up a system where you can request a pack of postcards to distribute your local hospital or doctor's office. Click here for the request form. We are recommending a $10 donation for every postcard pack requested, to help us cover the cost of professional printing and shipping, if you are able to do so (it's not "required," but encouraged!) When you fill out the form, there will be information about how to make that donation.

Each packet of postcards will also come with a starter kit of Faces business cards:

These can be given to your hospital, in case they need to contact you, or simply to carry around in your purse and hand-out to people you meet.

Your postcards will also come with a letter that includes some basic "talking points" and information about Faces, as well as appropriate contact information for your hospital; we really want to make this as easy as possible for you!

Along with the awesome new logo, you may have noticed some new buttons on the site. One is a "subscribe" button. I want to encourage every one of you to click on it and sign up for our special member's mailing list. By signing up, you'll get periodic updates, access to exclusive members-only giveaways, and more. We want to keep you, our supportors in the loop!

In fact, we want you to sign up for the list so badly, we're willing to bribe you to do so! :) Everyone who subscribes by Friday, August 27th, will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card. 
Alright, that's enough information for now. Stay tuned for more exciting updates to come in the following weeks!

Thanks again for everything.

Kristin, Andrea, and the rest of the Faces team

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Mom to fraternal twins Aiden (4/13/09-4/14/09) 
and Sophie (born and died 4/13/09)
Lacrosse, WI

I married my husband in August of 2006.  We wanted to start trying for a family right away, so I immediately stopped taking my oral contraceptives.  I had a suspicion I might have a little trouble in the baby-making area because my periods had always been irregular.  So we just decided we wouldn't really "try," we'd just not use protection and see what happens.  Well, because my periods were so irregular, I kept thinking I was pregnant.  I must have taken 35 pregnancy tests in the next year-each one of them saying "Not pregnant."  So by the next fall, I was ready to actually start trying.  I started to chart my temps and use Ovulation tests, reading forums online and talking to friends that had fertility issues.

Mom to Matthew Joseph Sabo
Passed away on May 17th, 2010 at only 20 days old
Corona, CA

On August 9, 2009, Matthew was conceived. We were all very happy to learn of my pregnancy. I couldn’t wait to find out the sex. The anticipation and excitement that I might be carrying our little boy was something that I cannot explain. A son would complete our little family.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Mom to Isabella Rose
Born an angel on May 6th, 2010, at 37 weeks
Cranston, Rhode Island

From the first time I heard my daughter's heartbeat at 8 weeks, I fell head over heals in love with her. I looked forward to going to the doctors and listening to her little heart beat and was so excited that it was always high,160+ because I knew I was having a girl, something I had always dreamed of. And on December 30, 2010 and ultrasound confirmed 100% that we were having a girl. Instantly we knew her name was Isabella Rose, and we talked to her a million times a day.

Mom to twin sons Emmett and Everett
Born too early on August 4th, 2010
Puyallup, Washington

My husband and I married on August 12th, 2006 after having been engaged for 7 years. It was truly one of the best days of my life. Soon after being married we began to try and start a family. 

Things were not working out so well and I sought out help. My first OB had me try 4 rounds of Clomid before referring me to a specialist. (I have always know that my body has had issues since I was very young. I just never expected them to be so bad). I was told that I have severely bad Endometriosis, cyst, amongst other issues and that I needed surgery quickly. On January 30th, 2009 I went in for a Laparoscopy to clean out all the endometriosis, which also led to a d&c. After a long road of recovery we started on our journey of IVF.

Mom to Tabitha Faith
Passed away May 21st, 2009, and was born with her surviving twin sister, Heidi Faith, August 7th, 2009
Bossier City, LA

In December 2008 going into the new year, I found myself abnormally exhausted. All I wanted to do was sleep! I am a nurse and worked nights, so I figured it was just the rigorous work schedule taking a toll. I hadn't had my period in about a month and a half, but I have always been irregular, so didn't think much of it...even with the fact I had been off my birth control a month, I still didn't think pregnancy was a real option. I took a test the beginning of January 2009 and it was negative. 
Towards the end of January, I still hadn't gotten my period so I took the last test in the box thinking what the heck. It was about 6 am in the morning. My husband, then boyfriend at the time, had stayed over. We had planned to go out the night before but ended up falling asleep in the bed (remember I was constantly tired!). He was asleep when I got up that morning to go to the bathroom. I took the test and set it down on the edge of the tub while I washed my hands. I just figured on seeing a negative test like all the times before (we had a lot of "scares" in the past...I had never been very good at remembering to take my BC! haha). To my astonishment, I looked at the test and there is was...POSITIVE! Two little pink lines confirming "yes, you are pregnant." My first thought was "oh s**t!" because my parents...they are conservative, old fashioned church goers...didn't really like my boyfriend (now my husband) and we weren't married. So I was pretty scared at thinking about their reaction more than anything at the time. But we pressed on, got through all the trivial stuff with them and were excited....little did we know those two pink lines for us meant "twins"...
Mom to Duncan Lewis Garibaldi
November 14th, 2008
Wilmington, NC

My sweet Duncan was born still on November 14 2008 at 35 weeks. He was our third baby and first son. He had very severe cardiac and pulmonary defects that were incompatible with life. The autopsy and pathology report confirmed he had Down Syndrome, which we were not aware of during my pregnancy. 
Upon birth, when he was handed to me, I did think to myself that he looked like he had DS, but I quickly banished the thought thinking it was premature to speculate what went wrong. My instincts were right. I had a very gloom and doom feeling throughout most of my pregnancy. I just felt something wasn't right.

He was carried with love. He knew only warmth and love. I carried him until his journey with me/us ended and continue to love him. I held, snuggled and kissed him. He was my beautiful boy. Not a day goes by that I don't think about him.

I gave birth to our second son, Henry, on December 26 2009. He's my sweet rainbow baby. He is such a joy and has healed my heart just a little. Duncan can never be replaced, but having my arms full has been healing for me.

You can contact her at luxaeterna613@earthlink.net

Mom to Angel Baby Jordan Jared
April 2009
Detroit, MI

In April 2009, I was 36, child-free and very in love with my boyfriend of 3 1/2 years, Jared. On April 9th the stick turned blue and my world came into focus!  I was elated--terrified, but elated! My first pregnancy, first baby, nothing prepared me for that feeling!! The nurse put me at 8 weeks with a due date of November 23rd and set-up my OB appointmentts. I started with plans for that pale yellow room, trimmed in lavender- the perfect nursery. Started thinking I'm going to gain about 25 pounds this year and for the first time ever, I didn't care! 

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Mom to Amelia Rose
Died on March 10th, 2010, born on March 11th, 2010
Lost to Mosaicism, a rare form of Turner's Syndrome
Strattford, CT

After a rough transition from the south to New England, we found out about baby number four in June 2009. We were  thrille​d to welcome a new life into our family. With much anticipatio​n and delight, I endured the rough first trimester and finally felt that I was in the fun part of pregnancy. We had found a midwife and began planning a home birth.

Mom to Ella Jo Krumwiede
March 25th, 2009-June 16th, 2009
Minneapolis, MN

I found out at my 20 week ultrasound appointment that I had an incompetent cervix.  This was supposed to be a happy appointment, one where I finally get to see our sweet little baby.  I was immediately put on bed rest and fearing for my new child's life.  Two weeks later I was sitting in the same clinic room and found out that I had already dilated to 1 centimeter and was admitted into the hospital for an emergency surgery to have a rescue cerclage put in to stop further dilation.  We had to wait 8 hours before the surgery could be performed and at 8:00 pm I was put under to have the cerclage stitched in.  The next day I was discharged and put on strict bed rest.  The next few weeks were a blur. 

Mum to Charlotte Rose
Stillborn at 28 weeks on April 14th, 2010
Perth, Western Australia

My 12 week scan was booked in for Dec 22nd. Never in my wildest dreams did I consider that this day would hold the news that it did. I went along to my scan full of the anticipation of seeing my baby for the first time. 

Mom to Ethan Charles
Died February 12th, 2008 and was born February 13th, 2008
Northglenn, CO

On July 9th, 2007, we found out that we were expecting a little miracle. With a history of a miscarriage the prior September, I was very cautious and tried not to get too excited until we knew things were great.

Mommy to Angelica
Stillborn at 18 weeks on April 30th, 2010

I never expected to get pregnant without some kind of intervention due to some medical problems with my husband and I. I became pregnant by surprise in December of 2009. I tested positive on a home pregnancy test on January 10, 2010. My mind was in shock. I waited another week to test again just in case it was a false positive. I tested again on January 17, 2010. Positive again. 

Mum to Aiden George, stillborn on February 23rd, 1998
Premature at 30 weeks on September 5th, 1999
and 5 angels lost to miscarriage
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Having experienced 5 miscarriages, one in my first trimester, at 10 weeks, 12 weeks, 13 weeks & 16 weeks (not in that order) I never thought I would ever be a “real Mum”……

Mom to BOJ (Bundle of Joy), 9 weeks, April 2006
Ada, full term, August 9th, 2007
Baby, 7 weeks, January 2010
Benjamin, 23 weeks, July 29th, 2010
Ventura, CA

In my circle of friends and acquaintances, I know four women who have lost a total of five children in the second trimester. I know of at least two others who are friends of friends. I know many more who have miscarried in the first trimester and at least three (one of whom was my grandmother) who have had their baby die within hours or days of being born. 

Mom to Sofia Poppy Swanson
April 5th, 2010
Portland, Oregon

"How fortunate are you and I, whose home is timelessness:
we who have wandered down from fragrant mountains of eternal now
to frolic in such mysteries as birth and death a day (or maybe even less)"

        -EE Cummings

My pregnancy was picture perfect.  I was blissfully unaware of any possible prenatal health issues, let alone stillbirth.  I had never even heard the words 'placental abruption' before in my life.  That all changed on April 5, 2010.  

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Mom to Alistair Magnus
Stillborn on June 5th, 2010
Portage, MI

It was supposed to be a regular check-up at 26 weeks.  It was supposed to be my entry into my 3rd trimester.  It was supposed to be a day that I cried a little at hearing my baby's heartbeat with my husband and then raced to get fresh strawberries (of which my baby was made), and went to a book sale at our public library.  It was not supposed to be the day that my midwife couldn't find his heartbeat.  It was that moment where my day spiraled downward into a horror movie.

Mom to Sophia Rene
Died March 11th, 2008 and was born with her surviving twin sister, Mya, on June 30th, 2008
Monrovia, CA

Every one of us has a story. Mine is that I am a mother of twins, Sophia Rene (twin A) and Mya Quinn (twin B).

Mom to Baby September, miscarried at 5 weeks, 3 days in January, 2009
and Baby Boy, miscarried at 14 weeks, 3 days in May, 2009
Ellicot City, MD

My husband and I started trying for a baby in 2008. I got my first positive test on December 31, 2008 and drank sparkling juice at the New Year’s party. I had a bad feeling right from the start, though.  I took more pregnancy tests and noticed that the super dark line had been replaced with a faint line, almost no line at all. When I miscarried on January 10, 2009 – 5 weeks and 3 days - I was terribly upset, but not surprised. I thought that was the worst day of my life. My husband had been out of town for the weekend and I had to tell him when he got home. 

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Mom to Nevaeh Simone
February 10th, 2006-July 9th, 2006

Nevaeh Simone was born on Feb 10 2006 and died one day shy of her five-month birthday on July 9th. She came into this world early, at 27 weeks (we believe it was more like 23-25 weeks) gestation, weighing only 1 lb 9 oz. The events leading up to her birth happened so quickly that I did not have time to process what was going on. One minute she was inside my womb and then next she was whisked away to the NICU without much explanation. 

Mom to Angel Baby
September 10th, 2008
Goose Creek, SC

My husband and I were best friends all through high school. We were married in Jan 2008 and our son Robbie attended our wedding. Soon after we bought our first house, got a family dog, and I quit working to be a stay at home mommy. We decided it was the perfect time to bring another blessing into our family. The beginning of May I started feeling sick ALL the time. I thought I could be pregnant but was afraid to be disappointed again. So I waited but not long. On Thursday May 5 2008 hubby and I bought 2pk pregnancy test. We were so excited. I couldn't even look at the test, I made hubs do it. And when he told me we were pregnant I didn't believe him. We called all our family/friends and I even got a doctors appointment for the following Thursday. We were so happy and excited.

Monday, August 16, 2010

Mom to Baby Larabee, left our lives at 10 weeks in the winter of 1982
Wolcott, Vermont

I was a young married woman, only 20 at the time.  I met and married my husband after only 5 months.  We were so happy when we found out we were going to be parents.  My husband’s two sisters were also expecting.  It was going to be a special year for all of us.  I told all of our family as soon as we knew we were expecting. It was a happy event to be shared!  But it was not to continue that way…..

Mom to Amie-lee and Emily
Stillborn on February 25th, 2002
South Australia

My beautiful twin daughters were born sleeping at 27.3 weeks on February 25th, 2002. My girls were diagnosed with twin to twin transfusion syndrome at 19 weeks, we were monitored every 2 days and everything seemed perfect for them both... suddenly with no warning sign or symptom both of their little hearts just stopped beating... just like that.
Trudi runs a nonprofit organization in her girls' memory: 
You can contact her at trudi@teddyloveclub.org.au

Mom to River Christian, full term 4/8/03
Blaze Canyon, full term 10/30/06 - 11/01/06
Miriam Beth, miscarried at 14 weeks 3/25/07
August Finn, partial molar pregnancy at 10 weeks 1/31/08
Benicia, California

I met the love of my life at college and we were married 1994.  We had 2 beautiful daughters, one in 1998 and one in 1999.  After my second daughter was born, I suffered from  severe post partum depression, and we had to give up our home and move closer to family. It took about one year to recover from the depression. Within a few years, we were expecting again. 

Friday, August 13, 2010

Layla Marie, early loss in September 2008
Michael, early loss in May 2009
Tyler, TX

I am the face of miscarriage.

Mom to Kayla Evelyn
Born on December 20, 2006  
Sydney NSW Australia

Our daughter Kayla Evelyn was born sleeping on the 20th December 2006 at 41 weeks. My whole pregnancy was your normal everyday pregnancy and I loved everyday of it. I loved watching my belly grow bigger and bigger and most of all I loved how my oldest daughter Liana would sing and rub my belly.

Mom to twins Faith and Gerald 
Born February 10, 2010
Arlington, TX

I gave birth to twins Faith and Gerald Redmon 2/10/2010 at 22 weeks. Faith was born first at 15 oz and 11 in long. Gerald was stillborn after hours of trying to have him.  I saw him pass on the ultrasound machine. He was 14oz and 11 in long. Faith passed away on March 9, 2010 - 27 days old.

Kristen can be reached at kristenatcgc@yahoo.com
Mom to Ella 
Born on Aug 21, 2008 and passed away on May 19th, 2009
Collinsville, OK

~~~~~~~~~~~ psalm 126:5 They that sow in tears shall reap in joy

I met my husband Jay when we were teenagers in the youth group together. We went on our first date on my 16th birthday. We were married and had our first child Cayden, when we were 19 years old. Our very own conception that we were somehow invincible was quickly changed to what now? We have this kid, just finished high school, what have we done? We knew we loved each other very much and knew that the Lord was good and would provide us what we needed. Boy did he, and so much more then we could have ever asked for.
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