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Jacob's Miracle

Jacob's Miracle

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Jacob’s Miracle is a story of unconditional love. His birth was marked by both joy and trepidation; joy because he was the first grandchild in the family, and trepidation because he was special. Jacob was born with Down’s Syndrome. He was energetic, brave, curious, friendly, and loved by his Mom, Dad, younger sister. His cousins always included him in their activities. His grandparents, aunts, and uncles, knew his favorite toys, his favorite movies, and his favorite foods.
Jacobs loved music. He “danced” to the rhythm of his favorite songs, ‘A Sunbeam’ and ‘Jesus Loves Me.’ He was secure in the knowledge that he was part of the family.
Jacob’s Miracle is a story of unconditional love. His birth was marked by both joy and trepidation; joy because he was the first grandchild in the family, and trepidation because he was special. Jacob was born with Down’s Syndrome. He was energetic, brave, curious, friendly, and loved by his Mom, Dad, younger sister. His cousins always included him in their activities. His grandparents, aunts, and uncles, knew his favorite toys, his favorite movies, and his favorite foods.
Jacobs loved music. He “danced” to the rhythm of his favorite songs, ‘A Sunbeam’ and ‘Jesus Loves Me.’ He was secure in the knowledge that he was part of the family.

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Publish date: Jun 21, 2013
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Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781483650029
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