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Let's just say the first attempt was not a huge success, but there was a vision, a purpose, and most importantly a plan. Grateful and thankful to my sister for her sewing skills and the willingness to "jump in" with me to move The Jaybird Project forward. #jeremiah29:11 #staypositivestayprayerfulstayfocused
It was important for the hand to feel natural and have weight and flexibility. I wanted to feel as if I was holding Jay's hand. We tried a lot of different fillings and many different combinations of those fillings. I'm thankful for our son, Jared, who is studying to be an Occupational Therapist. He was able to use the skills he learned in school to help me during this process.
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