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  1. #26
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    Your newest little bundle of joy, Aspen is now a whole year old. Your little girl, Braelynn, has just begun Kindergarten. You couldn’t be more proud of her. Her little brother, Zayn, is right on her heels too. Your wonderful boyfriend, Dylan, has convinced you to get your GED. You’ve been working hard toward it, and you’re finally ready to take the test. You really want to go to college to do something that earns a lot of money.

    You take the test and you pass! You’re so excited. Your life has been extremely hectic, but you’ve managed to surpass the hardest spots…with the help of Dylan, of course. He’s been your rock, while your kids have been your motivation. When you call Dylan to tell him you passed your GED, he surprises you and tells you he knew you would, so he got Ella to watch the kids tonight. He’s taking you out to a fancy dinner in celebration.

    You quickly get all dolled up for the special occasion. Ella comes to get the kids and gives you big hugs and kisses as a congratulations. While you’re waiting for him to get home from work, you start thinking about your wonderful times with Dylan. It’s been 3 years since the two of you met and began dating. How much your life has changed (for the better) during those years. You realize that you want nothing more than to spend the rest of your life with him.

    Suddenly you wake up from the phone ringing. You answer it, wondering what time it is. The voice on the other end is familiar. It’s Dylan’s mother. She’s crying hysterically, and you can’t understand a word she’s saying…but you don’t need to. You suddenly realize you’re still in your dress. You’ve never moved, which means Dylan never came home. You look at the clock. It’s 11pm. He was supposed to be home no later than 9pm. You hang up the phone, even though she’s still talking. You call Dylan’s cell phone. No answer. You’re in too much shock for any sort of reaction. This can’t be happening. No…this is all a misunderstanding. So you call his sister, Naomi. She answers, but she too is crying. You’re able to understand her, though. She tells you that Dylan was running across a crosswalk downtown when he was hit by a car and killed immediately. Apparently, Naomi just had to identify his body. She says that they found a bag with an engagement ring in a little black box near his body. He had told the jewelry store owner that he had to rush home so he wasn't late for the dinner reservations he'd made with his future fiancee. You once again hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but this time you just sit there…staring at the wall. Then, you start crying uncontrollably.

    You wake up to a knock on the door. It’s Ella with Braelynn, Zayn and Aspen. Your sister asks you what happened, and you break down crying. Over the next few hours, you manage to tell her, she forces you to take a shower, and she feeds the kids (and you). She winds up staying the night because she doesn’t feel like you should be left alone. She decides she’s going to get you help – and by “help”, she means your eldest brother…the only person she knows you’ve always loved and trusted in. Ella uses a good chunk of her savings to locate your brother, Tyler. It only takes a week before he’s found…not far from where you live currently. She gives him a call and in one breath explains almost everything that’s happened to you since she’s known you. An hour later, there’s a knock on your door. She grabs the kids and walks out as your dear brother, as handsome as always, walks in. You instantly begin to sob, and he quickly hugs you for comfort.

    Over the next few hours, you catch up with Tyler. He’s 28 now, has a wife, and 3 children. His two boys are 10 and 6. His little girl is 3, and is named after you. He says he’s always wanted to find you, but figured your life had been better than his, and you may not have wanted to return to people of your past. You quickly realize that your lives have been somewhat similar. His eldest son, Ben, has never known his mother. She gave birth to him and ran off with her new boyfriend, and never looked back. His middle child, Seth, visited his mom on weekends until he was 3, which is when she overdosed and died. His little girl, Laila Ariel, is his only child with his wife, Mary. He explains that he only ever calls her Heaven.


    Your brother has had a head start on things and has really pulled himself out of the doom he was headed for. He and Mary own their 5 bedroom home. He insists that you come live with them…at least for a while until you’re able to get back on your feet. He says that Braelynn can share a room with his little Heaven, Zayn can share with his 6 year old, and you can have your room with your littlest one. He says he’s already discussed it with Mary, and she’s perfectly fine and understanding of your situation. You agree that that’s probably the best thing you can do at this point. So Tyler helps you pack the most essential things, says the rest can be taken care of later, and you head out to grab your kids, and you’re on your way to your new home.

    A week after moving into your brother’s house, you’re glad you made this choice. You also talk to Dylan’s mother, father, and sister about changing Braelynn's and Zayn’s last names to Wolf. They all agree that they feel your kids are as close of family to them and to Dylan as Aspen is. So you legally change their names to Braelynn Ayva Wolf & Zayn Mykel Wolf.

    Two months after moving in, your sister in law gives birth to a little girl. They let you name them with their approval. You want to go with a nature-ish name that fits with your youngest’s name. So you name her Sky Madeline.

    So Tyler & Mary share a room with their newest addition, Sky, you share a room with your youngest, Aspen, Ben has his own room (for now), Sam & Zayn share a room, and Laila & Braelynn share a room. This house is starting to feel a little cramped…but it’s still cozy. You decide you're going to become a doctor and save people's lives. Hopefully you'll prevent some people from going through the tragedy you've recently experienced.

    TO BE CONTINUED…

  2. #28
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    Your newest little bundle of joy, River is now a whole year old. Your little girl, Addi, has just begun Kindergarten. You couldn’t be more proud of her. Her little brother, Landyn, is right on her heels too. Your wonderful boyfriend, August, has convinced you to get your GED. You’ve been working hard toward it, and you’re finally ready to take the test. You really want to go to college to do something that earns a lot of money.

    You take the test and you pass! You’re so excited. Your life has been extremely hectic, but you’ve managed to surpass the hardest spots…with the help of August, of course. He’s been your rock, while your kids have been your motivation. When you call August to tell him you passed your GED, he surprises you and tells you he knew you would, so he got Tabitha to watch the kids tonight. He’s taking you out to a fancy dinner in celebration.

    You quickly get all dolled up for the special occasion. Tabitha comes to get the kids and gives you big hugs and kisses as a congratulations. While you’re waiting for him to get home from work, you start thinking about your wonderful times with August. It’s been 3 years since the two of you met and began dating. How much your life has changed (for the better) during those years. You realize that you want nothing more than to spend the rest of your life with him.

    Suddenly you wake up from the phone ringing. You answer it, wondering what time it is. The voice on the other end is familiar. It’s August’s mother. She’s crying hysterically, and you can’t understand a word she’s saying…but you don’t need to. You suddenly realize you’re still in your dress. You’ve never moved, which means August never came home. You look at the clock. It’s 11pm. He was supposed to be home no later than 9pm. You hang up the phone, even though she’s still talking. You call August’s cell phone. No answer. You’re in too much shock for any sort of reaction. This can’t be happening. No…this is all a misunderstanding. So you call his sister, Naomi. She answers, but she too is crying. You’re able to understand her, though. She tells you that August was running across a crosswalk downtown when he was hit by a car and killed immediately. Apparently, Naomi just had to identify his body. She says that they found a bag with an engagement ring in a little black box near his body. He had told the jewelry store owner that he had to rush home so he wasn't late for the dinner reservations he'd made with his future fiancee. You once again hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but this time you just sit there…staring at the wall. Then, you start crying uncontrollably.

    You wake up to a knock on the door. It’s Tabitha with Addi, Landyn, and River. Your sister asks you what happened, and you break down crying. Over the next few hours, you manage to tell her, she forces you to take a shower, and she feeds the kids (and you). She winds up staying the night because she doesn’t feel like you should be left alone. She decides she’s going to get you help – and by “help”, she means your eldest brother…the only person she knows you’ve always loved and trusted in. Tabitha uses a good chunk of her savings to locate your brother, Daniel. It only takes a week before he’s found…not far from where you live currently. She gives him a call and in one breath explains almost everything that’s happened to you since she’s known you. An hour later, there’s a knock on your door. She grabs the kids and walks out as your dear brother, as handsome as always, walks in. You instantly begin to sob, and he quickly hugs you for comfort.

    Over the next few hours, you catch up with Daniel. He’s 28 now, has a wife, and 3 children. His two boys are 10 and 6. His little girl is 3, and is named after you. He says he’s always wanted to find you, but figured your life had been better than his, and you may not have wanted to return to people of your past. You quickly realize that your lives have been somewhat similar. His eldest son, Henry Cole Walsh, has never known his mother. She gave birth to him and ran off with her new boyfriend, and never looked back. His middle child, Seth Arthur Walsh, visited his mom on weekends until he was 3, which is when she overdosed and died. His little girl, Tatum Emeline Walsh, is his only child with his wife, Veronica Walsh. He explains that he only ever calls her Heaven.

    Your brother has had a head start on things and has really pulled himself out of the doom he was headed for. He and Veronica own their 5 bedroom home. He insists that you come live with them…at least for a while until you’re able to get back on your feet. He says that Addi can share a room with his little Heaven, Landyn can share with his 6 year old, and you can have your room with your littlest one. He says he’s already discussed it with Veronica, and she’s perfectly fine and understanding of your situation. You agree that that’s probably the best thing you can do at this point. So Daniel helps you pack the most essential things, says the rest can be taken care of later, and you head out to grab your kids, and you’re on your way to your new home.

    A week after moving into your brother’s house, you’re glad you made this choice. You also talk to August’s mother, father, and sister about changing Addi’s and Landyn’s last names to Whitaker. They all agree that they feel your kids are as close of family to them and to August as River is. So you legally change their names to Addisyn Lilleigh Whitaker and Landyn Danyel Whitaker.

    Two months after moving in, your sister in law gives birth to a little Girl. They let you name her with their approval. You want to go with a nature-ish name that fits with your youngest’s name. So you name her Winter Sophia Walsh.

    So Daniel & Veronica share a room with their newest addition, Winter, you share a room with your youngest, River, Henry has his own room (for now), Seth & Landyn share a room, and Tatum & Addi share a room. This house is starting to feel a little cramped…but it’s still cozy. You decide you're going to become a doctor and save people's lives. Hopefully you'll prevent some people from going through the tragedy you've recently experienced.

  3. #30
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    Your newest little bundle of joy, RIVER is now a whole year old. Your little girl, KAYDENCE has just begun Kindergarten. You couldn’t be more proud of her. Her little brother, KOLTYN, is right on her heels too. Your wonderful boyfriend, DYLAN, has convinced you to get your GED. You’ve been working hard toward it, and you’re finally ready to take the test. You really want to go to college to do something that earns a lot of money.

    You take the test and you pass! You’re so excited. Your life has been extremely hectic, but you’ve managed to surpass the hardest spots…with the help of DYLAN, of course. He’s been your rock, while your kids have been your motivation. When you call DYLAN to tell him you passed your GED, he surprises you and tells you he knew you would, so he got LAILA to watch the kids tonight. He’s taking you out to a fancy dinner in celebration.

    You quickly get all dolled up for the special occasion. LAILA comes to get the kids and gives you big hugs and kisses as a congratulations. While you’re waiting for him to get home from work, you start thinking about your wonderful times with DYLAN. It’s been 3 years since the two of you met and began dating. How much your life has changed (for the better) during those years. You realize that you want nothing more than to spend the rest of your life with him.

    Suddenly you wake up from the phone ringing. You answer it, wondering what time it is. The voice on the other end is familiar. It’s DYLAN’s mother. She’s crying hysterically, and you can’t understand a word she’s saying…but you don’t need to. You suddenly realize you’re still in your dress. You’ve never moved, which means DYLAN never came home. You look at the clock. It’s 11pm. He was supposed to be home no later than 9pm. You hang up the phone, even though she’s still talking. You call DYLAN’s cell phone. No answer. You’re in too much shock for any sort of reaction. This can’t be happening. No…this is all a misunderstanding. So you call his sister, Naomi. She answers, but she too is crying. You’re able to understand her, though. She tells you that DYLAN was running across a crosswalk downtown when he was hit by a car and killed immediately. Apparently, Naomi just had to identify his body. She says that they found a bag with an engagement ring in a little black box near his body. He had told the jewelry store owner that he had to rush home so he wasn't late for the dinner reservations he'd made with his future fiancee. You once again hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but this time you just sit there…staring at the wall. Then, you start crying uncontrollably.

    You wake up to a knock on the door. It’s LAILA with KAYDENCE, KOLTYN and RIVER. Your sister asks you what happened, and you break down crying. Over the next few hours, you manage to tell her, she forces you to take a shower, and she feeds the kids (and you). She winds up staying the night because she doesn’t feel like you should be left alone. She decides she’s going to get you help – and by “help”, she means your eldest brother…the only person she knows you’ve always loved and trusted in. LAILA uses a good chunk of her savings to locate your brother, CARTER. It only takes a week before he’s found…not far from where you live currently. She gives him a call and in one breath explains almost everything that’s happened to you since she’s known you. An hour later, there’s a knock on your door. She grabs the kids and walks out as your dear brother, as handsome as always, walks in. You instantly begin to sob, and he quickly hugs you for comfort.

    Over the next few hours, you catch up with CARTER. He’s 28 now, has a wife, and 3 children. His two boys are 10 and 6. His little girl is 3, and is named after you. He says he’s always wanted to find you, but figured your life had been better than his, and you may not have wanted to return to people of your past. You quickly realize that your lives have been somewhat similar. His eldest son, GRANT THOMAS WALSH, has never known his mother. She gave birth to him and ran off with her new boyfriend, and never looked back. His middle child, JOHN HENRY WALSH, visited his mom on weekends until he was 3, which is when she overdosed and died. His little girl, PIPER EMELINE WALSH, is his only child with his wife, LILIANNA MARY WALSH. He explains that he only ever calls her Heaven.

    Your brother has had a head start on things and has really pulled himself out of the doom he was headed for. He and LILIANNA own their 5 bedroom home. He insists that you come live with them…at least for a while until you’re able to get back on your feet. He says that KAYDENCE can share a room with his little Heaven, KOLTYN can share with his 6 year old, and you can have your room with your littlest one. He says he’s already discussed it with LILIANNA and she’s perfectly fine and understanding of your situation. You agree that that’s probably the best thing you can do at this point. So CARTER helps you pack the most essential things, says the rest can be taken care of later, and you head out to grab your kids, and you’re on your way to your new home.

    A week after moving into your brother’s house, you’re glad you made this choice. You also talk to DYLAN’s mother, father, and sister about changing KAYDENCE’s and KOLTYN’s last names to FISCHER. They all agree that they feel your kids are as close of family to them and to DYLAN as RIVER is. So you legally change their names to KAYDENCE LILLEIGH FISCHER & KOLTYN DANYEL FISCHER

    Two months after moving in, your sister in law gives birth to a little GIRL. They let you name HER with their approval. You want to go with a nature-ish name that fits with your youngest’s name. So you name HER MEADOW GRACE.


    So CARTER AND LILIANNA share a room with their newest addition, MEADOW, you share a room with your youngest, RIVER, GRANT has his own room (for now), JOHN AND KOLTYN share a room, and PIPER AND KAYDENCE share a room. This house is starting to feel a little cramped…but it’s still cozy. You decide you're going to become a doctor and save people's lives. Hopefully you'll prevent some people from going through the tragedy you've recently experienced.

  4. #32
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    Jul 2011
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    Your newest little bundle of joy, Sage is now a whole year old. Your little girl, Emersyn, has just begun Kindergarten. You couldn’t be more proud of her. Her little brother, Landyn, is right on her heels too. Your wonderful boyfriend, Orion, has convinced you to get your GED. You’ve been working hard toward it, and you’re finally ready to take the test. You really want to go to college to do something that earns a lot of money.

    You take the test and you pass! You’re so excited. Your life has been extremely hectic, but you’ve managed to surpass the hardest spots…with the help of Orion, of course. He’s been your rock, while your kids have been your motivation. When you call Orion to tell him you passed your GED, he surprises you and tells you he knew you would, so he got [FOSTER SISTER] to watch the kids tonight. He’s taking you out to a fancy dinner in celebration.

    You quickly get all dolled up for the special occasion. Ariel comes to get the kids and gives you big hugs and kisses as a congratulations. While you’re waiting for him to get home from work, you start thinking about your wonderful times with Orion. It’s been 3 years since the two of you met and began dating. How much your life has changed (for the better) during those years. You realize that you want nothing more than to spend the rest of your life with him.

    Suddenly you wake up from the phone ringing. You answer it, wondering what time it is. The voice on the other end is familiar. It’s Orion’s mother. She’s crying hysterically, and you can’t understand a word she’s saying…but you don’t need to. You suddenly realize you’re still in your dress. You’ve never moved, which means Orion never came home. You look at the clock. It’s 11pm. He was supposed to be home no later than 9pm. You hang up the phone, even though she’s still talking. You call Orion’s cell phone. No answer. You’re in too much shock for any sort of reaction. This can’t be happening. No…this is all a misunderstanding. So you call his sister, Naomi. She answers, but she too is crying. You’re able to understand her, though. She tells you that Orion was running across a crosswalk downtown when he was hit by a car and killed immediately. Apparently, Naomi just had to identify his body. She says that they found a bag with an engagement ring in a little black box near his body. He had told the jewelry store owner that he had to rush home so he wasn't late for the dinner reservations he'd made with his future fiancee. You once again hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but this time you just sit there…staring at the wall. Then, you start crying uncontrollably.

    You wake up to a knock on the door. It’s Ariel with Emerysn, Landyn, and Sage. Your sister asks you what happened, and you break down crying. Over the next few hours, you manage to tell her, she forces you to take a shower, and she feeds the kids (and you). She winds up staying the night because she doesn’t feel like you should be left alone. She decides she’s going to get you help – and by “help”, she means your eldest brother…the only person she knows you’ve always loved and trusted in. Ariel uses a good chunk of her savings to locate your brother, Adam. It only takes a week before he’s found…not far from where you live currently. She gives him a call and in one breath explains almost everything that’s happened to you since she’s known you. An hour later, there’s a knock on your door. She grabs the kids and walks out as your dear brother, as handsome as always, walks in. You instantly begin to sob, and he quickly hugs you for comfort.

    Over the next few hours, you catch up with Adam. He’s 28 now, has a wife, and 3 children. His two boys are 10 and 6. His little girl is 3, and is named after you. He says he’s always wanted to find you, but figured your life had been better than his, and you may not have wanted to return to people of your past. You quickly realize that your lives have been somewhat similar. His eldest son, Bram Edward Baxter, has never known his mother. She gave birth to him and ran off with her new boyfriend, and never looked back. His middle child, Cale Osiris Baxter, visited his mom on weekends until he was 3, which is when she overdosed and died. His little girl, Eden Lydia Baxter, is his only child with his wife, Lilianna Phoebe Baxter. He explains that he only ever calls her Heaven.

    Your brother has had a head start on things and has really pulled himself out of the doom he was headed for. He and Lilianna own their 5 bedroom home. He insists that you come live with them…at least for a while until you’re able to get back on your feet. He says that Emersyn can share a room with his little Heaven, Landyn can share with his 6 year old, and you can have your room with your littlest one. He says he’s already discussed it with Lilianna, and she’s perfectly fine and understanding of your situation. You agree that that’s probably the best thing you can do at this point. So Adam helps you pack the most essential things, says the rest can be taken care of later, and you head out to grab your kids, and you’re on your way to your new home.

    A week after moving into your brother’s house, you’re glad you made this choice. You also talk to Orion’s mother, father, and sister about changing Emersyn’s and Landyn’s last names to Bass. They all agree that they feel your kids are as close of family to them and to Orion as Sage is. So you legally change their names to Emersyn Lilliegh Bass & Landyn Anthonee Bass.

    Two months after moving in, your sister in law gives birth to a little little girl. They let you name her with their approval. You want to go with a nature-ish name that fits with your youngest’s name. So you name her Juniper "Junie" Eliza Baxter.

    So Adam & Lilianna share a room with their newest addition, Junie, you share a room with your youngest, Sage, Bram has his own room (for now), Cale & Landyn share a room, and Heaven & Emersyn share a room. This house is starting to feel a little cramped…but it’s still cozy. You decide you're going to become a doctor and save people's lives. Hopefully you'll prevent some people from going through the tragedy you've recently experienced.
    just a name nerd with lots of plans.
    Childhood cancer has names too. Never forget Ronan, Talia, Ty, and all the other children suffering

  5. #34
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    Your newest little bundle of joy, Coral is now a whole year old. Your little girl, Addisyn, has just begun Kindergarten. You couldn’t be more proud of her. Her little brother, Landyn, is right on her heels too. Your wonderful boyfriend, West, has convinced you to get your GED. You’ve been working hard toward it, and you’re finally ready to take the test. You really want to go to college to do something that earns a lot of money.

    You take the test and you pass! You’re so excited. Your life has been extremely hectic, but you’ve managed to surpass the hardest spots…with the help of West, of course. He’s been your rock, while your kids have been your motivation. When you call West to tell him you passed your GED, he surprises you and tells you he knew you would, so he got Ella to watch the kids tonight. He’s taking you out to a fancy dinner in celebration.

    You quickly get all dolled up for the special occasion. Ella comes to get the kids and gives you big hugs and kisses as a congratulations. While you’re waiting for him to get home from work, you start thinking about your wonderful times with West. It’s been 3 years since the two of you met and began dating. How much your life has changed (for the better) during those years. You realize that you want nothing more than to spend the rest of your life with him.

    Suddenly you wake up from the phone ringing. You answer it, wondering what time it is. The voice on the other end is familiar. It’s West’s mother. She’s crying hysterically, and you can’t understand a word she’s saying…but you don’t need to. You suddenly realize you’re still in your dress. You’ve never moved, which means West never came home. You look at the clock. It’s 11pm. He was supposed to be home no later than 9pm. You hang up the phone, even though she’s still talking. You call West’s cell phone. No answer. You’re in too much shock for any sort of reaction. This can’t be happening. No…this is all a misunderstanding. So you call his sister, Naomi. She answers, but she too is crying. You’re able to understand her, though. She tells you that West was running across a crosswalk downtown when he was hit by a car and killed immediately. Apparently, Naomi just had to identify his body. She says that they found a bag with an engagement ring in a little black box near his body. He had told the jewelry store owner that he had to rush home so he wasn't late for the dinner reservations he'd made with his future fiancee. You once again hang up the phone without saying goodbye, but this time you just sit there…staring at the wall. Then, you start crying uncontrollably.

    You wake up to a knock on the door. It’s Ella with Addisyn, Landyn, and Coral. Your sister asks you what happened, and you break down crying. Over the next few hours, you manage to tell her, she forces you to take a shower, and she feeds the kids (and you). She winds up staying the night because she doesn’t feel like you should be left alone. She decides she’s going to get you help – and by “help”, she means your eldest brother…the only person she knows you’ve always loved and trusted in. Ella uses a good chunk of her savings to locate your brother, Porter. It only takes a week before he’s found…not far from where you live currently. She gives him a call and in one breath explains almost everything that’s happened to you since she’s known you. An hour later, there’s a knock on your door. She grabs the kids and walks out as your dear brother, as handsome as always, walks in. You instantly begin to sob, and he quickly hugs you for comfort.

    Over the next few hours, you catch up with Porter. He’s 28 now, has a wife, and 3 children. His two boys are 10 and 6. His little girl is 3, and is named after you. He says he’s always wanted to find you, but figured your life had been better than his, and you may not have wanted to return to people of your past. You quickly realize that your lives have been somewhat similar. His eldest son, Grant Wills, has never known his mother. She gave birth to him and ran off with her new boyfriend, and never looked back. His middle child, Breton Chase, visited his mom on weekends until he was 3, which is when she overdosed and died. His little girl, Arisa Emeline, is his only child with his wife, Lilianna Elle 'Lily'. He explains that he only ever calls her Heaven.

    Your brother has had a head start on things and has really pulled himself out of the doom he was headed for. He and Lily own their 5 bedroom home. He insists that you come live with them…at least for a while until you’re able to get back on your feet. He says that Addisyn can share a room with his little Heaven, Landyn can share with his 6 year old, and you can have your room with your littlest one. He says he’s already discussed it with Lily, and she’s perfectly fine and understanding of your situation. You agree that that’s probably the best thing you can do at this point. So Porter helps you pack the most essential things, says the rest can be taken care of later, and you head out to grab your kids, and you’re on your way to your new home.

    A week after moving into your brother’s house, you’re glad you made this choice. You also talk to West’s mother, father, and sister about changing Addisyn’s and Landyn’s last names to Clayton. They all agree that they feel your kids are as close of family to them and to West as Coral is. So you legally change their names to Addisyn Emaleigh Clayton & Landyn Danyel Clayton.

    Two months after moving in, your sister in law gives birth to a little boy. They let you name him with their approval. You want to go with a nature-ish name that fits with your youngest’s name. So you name him Sage Nathan.

    So Porter & Lilianna share a room with their newest addition, Sage, you share a room with your youngest, Coral, Grant has his own room (for now), Breton & Landyn share a room, and Arisa & Addisyn share a room. This house is starting to feel a little cramped…but it’s still cozy. You decide you're going to become a doctor and save people's lives. Hopefully you'll prevent some people from going through the tragedy you've recently experienced.

    TO BE CONTINUED…
    If I had a baby right now, I'd name it,
    Scarlett Amelia or Emerson Joseph.
    I also like Cashel, Gabriel, Genevieve, & Juliette. + So much more.
    I'm Ashley btw, and I'm 20!
    http://www.babynames.com/namelist/9822324

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