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Chris, what a wonderful article! I hope you are doing well and had a nice weekend. You all are in my prayers daily...just know that Jennifer is with you and will always watch over you, your children, family, and friends!!! God bless!

Dinah Wonderly

A marvelous story. You did good. Your children are blessed to have a great father. Prayers to you. Dinah

Amanda True

That was an awesome article in the Examiner. I know several people here at school read it because they told me they saw it. I have made The Foundation known around school in case anyone wanted to donate. I also hope it becomes nationally known. It is such a great thing to do for Jen and for the other people going through the same thing.

Samantha Grissom

I've spent most of my morning catching up on you and your family. I was an avid reader till I feel sick...With morning sickness in early March! At 12 weeks pregnant I seem to be getting better and took the time to read a little (or a lot) of what I had missed but it appears you all are doing just as wonderful as ever with your angel watching you from above. God Bless.

oh, P.S.- Watch out for those little girls with broken arms! I was a repeat offender breaking my left arm three times (even though I'm right handed). My parents had me tested for everything crazy like calcium deficiencies but sometimes little girls just like to have fun with the big kids and boys...She'll grow out of it, I haven't had a broken bone since 4th grade :-D

Holly Hansen

Chris and Family,
I've never met you or your family. I live in Denver, Colorado but I grew up in Independence and graduated from Truman High School in the early 1990s. I often check the Examiner web site to keep up on what's going on in my "hometown." I don't usually read many of the news stories but I was intrigued by the title, so I clicked the link and I was deeply touched by the article. I spent the rest of the weekend reading your blog. It was truly a touching tribute. I am so sorry for your family's loss. As the mother of a 3-year-old daughter and 5-year old son, I can only imagine the agony that Jennifer must have gone through knowing that she wouldn't be around for her children.
Thank you for sharing your story. It makes me realize that I have so many things to be thankful for and to thank God for every day that I'm given with my family and children. Best of luck with the foundation and your work in Jennifer's memory. I will be telling everyone I know about it and hopefully Jennifer's story will continue to touch people around the world.


Great article Chris. What a neat idea...mommy pillows. Gosh, I can't even begin to imagine...

Tell Jan it was nice hearing from her here on the blog. I hope you and the girls enjoyed the long weekend. Everyone is still in our prayers here in Cape.

Lisa Thomas

Wonderful article. I went back to Feb 2007 and listened to the audio clips, I had not noticed them before. My life is changed all over again. Thank you for everything. Your family is just amazing.
Thank you,



Chris I know someone that needs medical financal help bad. Does Jen's foundation have any funds to help her?

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