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On March 8, 1996, I was born prematurely at the University of Michigan Hospital, weighing one pound and 13 ounces. I am a surviving twin. After emergency surgery, I spent 100 days in the hospital incubator with recorded music playing Beethoven, Mozart, and The Beatles...

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God blessed me with the most lovable, interesting, fun little boy ever. During his 1st birthday, I noticed he wasn't trying to walk and didn't take his first step til 14 months. In Kindergarten, he came home crying, saying his teacher didn't like him and she wouldn't let him play with the other kids...

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