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My name is Amy and I am blessed to be a wife to my high school sweetheart and mother to our four amazingly spirited children (one of which is an angel baby).

My passion is to make your family experience full of fun and giggles.

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The Absence of Color

Six years ago we welcomed into our family a 3lb 4oz son. He was very excited to meet the world that he came 7 weeks early just to greet everyone. I contracted HELPP (HELLP syndrome is a life-threatening obstetric complication usually considered to be a variant or complication of pre-eclampsia) and was rushed to deliver him as they were afraid I was starting to go septic. That was one of the scariest nights of my and my family and friends life. Luckily I was able to see him born via c-section but I could not cuddle hime for quite some days. I was so scared of hurting him that it took me 12 hours to head to the NICU to see him again in person. I stayed with him the entire 17 days he was in the NICU. I stayed at the Ronald McDonald House across the parking lot from the hospital. I refused to go their for many days but then finally gave in and boy was I glad I did. We may not have been at the hospital for as long as some babies and families do but it really was a home away from home with family by your side. I honestly could not have made it without them. The moms took care of the girls while hubby split his time between them, me and work. It was a lot on us all but we were very happy to have a village behind us. We got the go ahead to head home on Valentine's Day 2011. From that moment on he has brightened the day of everyone he meets. He has even been dubbed "The Mayor" at school and been written in on the town ballot for town moderator. These days we can look back and say we made it. He is flourishing and happy and a fantastic at cuddling. He is our perfect little boy. Always remember to take pictures; the camera you have on you is the best camera to document your life :-) Here is a look back at Jesse through the years.