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11. we start at eleven with breaking news.... milwaukee police are investigating the death of a child on the city's south side. it happened yesterday near 19th officials say a seven-year-old child was brought to children's hospital with multiple injuries. the child later died. police say a 44-year-old woman and a 47-year-old woman have been arrested. an autopsy is scheduled for later today. one person is in custody -- after shots are fired in downtown milwaukee. it happened around 9-45 this morning near 9th and state street. police say nobody was hit and there were no injuries. again -- the person who fired the shots is in custody. officials say the situation is
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released at this time. stick with fox6 news -- on-air and online -- for any updates. and breaking news out of charlotte north carolina. the police officer who fatally shot keith lamont scott" ...will not be charged. the district attorney says officer brentley vinson acted lawfully in the shooting. 43-year old scott was shot and killed by police outside an apartment complex on september 20th. officers say scott exited his vehicle while carrying a handgun. the d-a says "all the c evidence" leads to the conclusion scott was armed. his d-n-a was on the grip of a gun found at the scene, the d-a urged the community to remain calm in the wake of the decision. a dane county judge decides wisconsin county clerks will not have to do a "hand recount" of the november presidential election instead...clerks can choose to use ballot machines. our deandra corinthios has more from the zeidler building. the judge encouraged the clerks
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determine whether voting machines were tampered with. but said ultimately it is up to the clerks to decide how they'll proceed ...either by hand...or by machine. the request for a hand recount came from green party candidate jill stein. at last night's hearing in madison...her attorneys...as well as a representative for former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton... called three witnesses to make their case the through line in their testimony was a hand recount is the only way to ensure voting machine an elections security expert from m-i-t testified that optical scanners used in wisconsin elections are vulnerable to hacks... but presented no evidence that votes were tampered with. he speculated malware could have been added to scanners without anyone knowing. a statistical expert told the court there were some anomalies with state voting results - particularly when looking at results taken from municipalities that process votes with optical scanners. "the fact that they want to do a recount using machines is their discretion, their decision. i may disagree......... but i cant put myself in their position." about 20 county clerks have said they would use voting machines to recount at least some ballots...including the clerk in milwaukee
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he would be able to complete the recount by the december 12th. reporting in milwaukee dc fox6 news. commission staff held a teleconference today. it started at 10 this morning. they're calling it a "webinar" where they will get as many of the 72 county clerks on the line as possible to answer questions about last night ruling. after today's webinar, the recount is scheduled to start across the state at nine a-m tomorrow. we're keeping a close eye on developments related to this presidential recount... click the "politics" tab when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- for the latest
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adlib to weather increasing clouds will bring an overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in the low to mid 40s. light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continuo thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. today: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday:
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wind: w 5-15 mph a pedestrian in serious condition after being hit by a car in mequon. last night on port washington just north of highland road. the driver did stop and called police for help. and is cooperating with the investigation. the pedestrian was taken to the hospital by flight for life and has serious injuries. the cause remains under investigation. a mother of three... now brain dead after her family says she was struck by a hit and run driver the night before thanksgiving. brittany shannon has more on this heartbreaking story.
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cetnarowki's last. family members say the mother of three was struck by a hit and run driver at the intersection of beloit and mitchell last wednesday. police say she was in the crosswalk. "there was another motorist that came along saw the individual and came back around to check on her and then we got the 911 calls" according to a caring bridge web post, cetnarowski suffered a broken arm, cracked and broken ribs, a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. website, with hearbreaking news saying-quote- "we sadly announce that our sister, daughter, mother, and friend, peggy is brain dead and has passed away. her body is still supported as we explore organ donation. " "anytime you have a hit and run where someone has left the scene it becomes heart wrenching" and frustrating to police and friends... "our detectives are working this case vigorously and were looking at all possible leads from the outside working our way in" her family and friends now looking forward saying they
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turn this tragedy into a possibility to save a life" police say the family has offered up a 25- hundred dollar reward for any information leading to the arrest of the suspect. anyone with information should call the west milwaukee police department. demonstrators across the country walked off the job yesterday. it was all a part of the fight for 15 movement. and some of those protests ended in arrests in west milwaukee.. protesters an leaders gathered outside the mcdonalds on miller park way -- to demand a 15-dollar minimum wage. we spoke to one woman who was arrested for blocking traffic. she says people are hurting -- and it's time for a change. it was emotional to me. i just felt like a lot of people wanted their point to get across. it was a lot of people there that were passionate about what we were doing. it was just a lot of
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people were arrested. we've reached out to police for an official count. police called to "at&t park in san francisco...after a cirque du soleil employee dies. what officials are calling the accident. and wildfires turn deadly in tennessee... how much the fire has destroyed so far. plus... "a busy news day for the presidential transition, from cabinet nominations to deals with manufactures... i'm lauren blanchard in washington, with the latest." cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you
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conflict of interest between president-elect donald trump's businesses and his new oval office job... but now we're learning he plans to address those concerns at a press conference in about two weeks... fox's lauren blanchard has more from washington. vowing to separate himself from the trump business empire... this morning in a series of tweets saying... "i will be leaving my great business in total..." adding "the presidency is a far more important task!" meanwhile, mr. trump announcing he will nominate former goldman sachs executive and his former campaign finance chair steven mnuchin as his treasury secretary, wilbur ross as secretary of commerce and todd ricketts as deputy secretary of
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number one priority is going to be the economy, get back to three to four percent growth, we believe that's very sustainable and focus on things for the american worker" while the dnc says mnuchin is "is a slap in the face to voters who hoped he would shake up washington. as more cabinet names are announced... mr. trump's allies are still divided over the secretary of state contenders... mitt romney, a former harsh critic of mr. trump, meeting with the president-elect for the second time last night romney says: "i have what i have seen in the transition effort. the people he has selected as members of his cabinet are solid, effective capable people." blanchard on-cam tag says: "mr.trump planning to announce he's been able to strike a deal with carrier to keep manufacturing jobs in indiana that were going to be moved to mexico. he and vice president elect pence will speak in indianapolis about the deal, before heading to a victory rally in cincinnati tomorrow night. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news"
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leader nancy pelosi retains her post as the top elected democrat in the u.s. house. pelosi beating out ohio democratic representative tim ryan today. the california lawmaker has led the house democratic caucus since 2002. her win comes after disappointment among some in the democratic caucus over the party's performance in the elections earlier this month. around the world... authorities in colombia are hoping that the recovered black boxes from monday night's plane crash near medellin will help them figure out why the ple the 77 people aboard died. a brazilian soccer team was on board. colombian aviation authorities say 21 journalists were also among the passengers, including six fox sports brazil colleagues. a cirque du soleil employee is dead in what police are calling an "industrial accident." officers responded to the area near at&t park in san francisco last night. the employee died at a hospital. police say the department's traffic collision investigation
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they haven't released any other details. last night's show was canceled. in tennessee -- a wildfire that has scorched roughly 15-thousand acres turns deadly. four people have now died. the wildfires, which started monday, damaged or destroyed more than 250 buildings throughout eastern tennessee -- including some iconic resorts. other buildings and attractions remained largely intact, including the dollywood amusement park in nearby pigeon forge. the cause of fire remains under investigation. increasing clouds will bring an overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in the low to mid 40s. light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying
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friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. today: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 28 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43 wind: sw-se 5-10
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overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in the low to mid 40s. light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. today: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5- showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 28 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43
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detroit and a microbrewery is in the works for the new entertainment distric dan shafer joins us live from the milwaukee business journal headquarters-- let's start with -- the bucks entertainment district. 1. what do the latest plans for the bucks entertainment block call for? 2. what is next for this project? on adient
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adients headquarters? 2. does that mean the company is leaving
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carl is checking out a modern retelling of the classic
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get your morning started with fox6 wakeup at 4:30-- count on us for breaking news, and the latest on the election recount. and a preview of the grand re-opening at the domes. tomorrow on wakeup! black nativity is a retelling of the classic christmas nativity story. the show opens tomorrow at the marcus center, but our carl deffenbaugh is getting an early
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here's a look at this morning's big stories at 1130. a dane county judge makes a decision on the best way to ballots... what was decided in court yesterday. workers at a brady street restaurant are being called heroes...after helping put out a fire nearby. a look at the incredible video. precip chances return. details
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we start at 11-30 with breaking news... milwaukee police are investigating the death of a child on the city's south side. it happened yesterday near 19th and national avenue. officials say a seven-year-old child was brought to children's hospital with multiple injuries. the child later died. police say a 44-year-old woman and a 47-year-old woman have been arrested. an autopsy is scheduled for later today. one person is in custody -- after shots are fired in downtown milwak morning near 9th and state street. police say nobody was hit and there were no injuries. again -- the person who fired the shots is in custody. officials say the situation is under control. no other details are being released at this time. stick with fox6 news -- on-air and online -- for any updates. and breaking news out of charlotte north carolina. the police officer who fatally shot keith lamont scott" ...will not be charged. the district attorney says officer
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scott was shot and killed by police outside an apartment complex on september 20th. officers say scott exited his vehicle while carrying a handgun. the d-a says "all the credible evidence" leads to the conclusion scott was armed. his d-n-a was on the grip of a gun found at the scene, the d-a urged the community to remain calm in the wake of the decision. a dane county judge says it is up to each wisconsin county to decide the best way to re-count election day ballots. that means hand...others...with the help of ballot machines. our deandra corinthios has more from the zeidler building. about 20 county clerks who said they would use voting machines to recount at least some ballots will be allowed to proceed that includes the milwaukee county clerk..who said he wasn't sure he would be able to complete the
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night's hearing in madison...the dane county judge agreed that the best way to determine if voting machines were tampered with... is to do a hand-recount. but she says she has to follow the law ...and a mandatory hand-recount that petitioners wanted... will not be enforced. attorneys representing former green party presidential candidate jill stein, as well as a representative for former democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton, called three witness their case for a hand-recount of all votes. an expert testified the optical scanners used are vulnerable to hacks. and malware... but presented no evidence that votes were tampered with. the department of justice called only one witness - a representative from the wisconsin election commission...who testified all equipment used in novembers election had been field tested and inspected. "i just do not find clear and convincing evidence and that is my decision. i'm going to allow the 19 counties to do the recall the way that they intended. again, i think everyone would strongly encourage them to do the hand recount. steins attorneys
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their efforts for recounts in michigan and pennsylvania. in milwaukee dc fox6 news. adlib to weather increasing clouds will bring an overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in he light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned. today: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: light rain/snow
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a mother of three is brain dead after she was struck by a hit and run driver. police say it happened around 11 the night before thanksi the intersection of beloit and mitchell. officials say peggy cetranowski was in the crosswalk when she was hit.a caring bridge website says she suffered broken bones, ribs and a fractured skull. the driver sped off and a passing motorist called for help... "we have somebody out there that knows something about it that has fled the scene" the family has offered a 25- hundred dollar reward for information leading to an arrest. police do not have a
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information, call west milwaukee police. it was the neighborly thing to do. that's what workers at a brady street restaurant are saying after helping put out a porch fire at a nearby home. ashley sears with the incredible video and the reluctant heroes. 15:00 everyone was having a good time monday night-- at the casablanca restaurant on brady street, was supposed to be special-- christmas tree on top of the staircase decorations were up--the tree was glowing-- but it was the light outside of the window that caught everyone's attention. 15:01 out of nowhere, it just happened. fire shot up from the porch of a nearby home-- the result of a grilling mishap. 08:35 it was a big flame. 16:25 without really thinking, just grabbed a bunch of fire extinguishers and everybody just ran outside. owner al musa and chef mohammed nofal... 19:00 we went out this way.... along with another employee--ran
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19:08 we saw the fire and just jumped in. they used extinguishers from the restaurant-- to help put out the flames. 16:39 you dont really think, you just act. they say the neighbor's grill got out of control after a can of kerosene fell over. it ingited some plants on the porch-- cell phone video shows the final moments. within minutes they had it under control. 09:44 the neighborhood for us, is like family. those who helped say they'd do it again. happy to lend a hand--knowing others would do the same for them. clip6191, al musa, owner 18:09 thats what neighbors are for, were here to help each other. in milwaukee, ashley sears, fox 6 news milwaukee who live in a home with a lead service line will again have the chance to get a free water filter. yesterday, long lines formed outside the wic clinic on 16th street on milwaukee's south side...with people anxious to get a free water filter. you don't need a proof of residence... but you need to give a qualifying address. those who get a filter are also learning how to use it and learning more about the dangers of lead poisoning. one mother said she didn't care how
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wanted the filter to protect her baby... 'everything scares me about it anybody that has a baby or an infant should be scared about this situation. filters will be distributed again tonight from 5 to 7 at kosciuszko community center on south 7th street.all filters are on a first-come, first-serve basis... and you only qualify for a filter if your home is on a lead lateral. nurses are becoming fewer and why that is...and why parents need to know to keep their kids healthy in the
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"i'm tom hooper, i'm katrina cravy, i'm jenna sachs. contact 6. 44 years, millions of dollars returned, hundreds of thousands of people helped. what does that add up to? contact 6. the milwaukee institution led by jenna sachs. she's here to help you and your family because you matter." it's been two months in the making...but our weather deck renovation is now complete! check out this cool timelapse
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how much has changed. we completely knocked the old one and started from scratch. there's now a gazebo...some new deck furniture..and even a fireplace! we've posted the complete video on our website fox 6-now-dot-com. adlib to weather overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in the low to mid 40s. light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will bring the chance for rain and snow sunday into monday. stay tuned.
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high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 28 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow showers. am low: 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: high: 43 wind: sw-se 5-10 mph increasing clouds will bring an overcast sky this afternoon with cooler temperatures in the low to mid 40s. light rain, snow and mix is possible and will likely continue overnight. a few flurries may linger into thursday morning then staying mainly cloudy. sunny breaks expected friday into saturday but it'll be much cooler. highs will struggle to reach into the upper 30s. another storm system will
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tuned. today: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. high: 44 wind: sw 5-15 mph tonight: light rain/snow showers. low: 35 wind: w 5-10 mph thursday: morning flurries then mostly cloudy. high: 42 wind: w 5-15 mph friday: decreasing clouds. am low: 30 high: 38 wind: nw 5-10 mph saturday: partly sunny. am low: 28 high: 37 wind: w 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain/snow s 27 high: 40 wind: sw 5-15 mph monday: mostly cloudy. am low: 30 high: 43 wind: sw-se 5-10
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times: nationwide, only about registered nurse. in this contact 6 report - jenna sachs explains what you need to know to keep your child healthy in the classroom. josephina liranzo has two daughters with seasonal asthma. both need to be given medication during school. "i am very dependent on the nurse because if they dont provide the medication or she doesnt get medication to my daughters they will get worse and worse and they will get sicker and sicker." the american academy of pediatrics recommends a nurse
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every school. but faced with budget cuts many schools are opting to have a nurse onsite only part time, or not at all. "this means relying on teachers and staff to dispense medication, treat injuries and handle emergencies." at the same time children are going to school with complex medical needs, like food allergies and asthma. so if your child needs medication during school what can you do? make sure you give explicit instructions to the person in charge of dispensing y medication. and make sure to label it clearly. "for more serious conditions like asthma, diabetes or epilepsy ask your pediatrician to submit an action plan to the school that outlines the necessary steps." for example--when a student with asthma should use a rescue inhaler - when a student with diabetes should be given insulin - or what to do in case of seizure. as for josephina she is thankful her school has been able to keep a nurse
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stressed.' consumer reports also says know your rights. a federal law - commonly known as the 504 plan - says schools must accommodate the specific needs of your child, if your child has a disability and is eligible. and allow your child to participate safely and equally alongside his or her peers during a normal school day.
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happen - and women can be forced to make some life-altering decisions. november is national adoption month - and real milwaukee's brian kramp recently sat down with some proud, new adoptive parents. "its so easy to get kind of wrapped up in the day-to- day of work and you know 'what am i going to do for fun today?' and you realize that theres more to life that that.
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how important his 10 month old daughter is. its all about her because it cant be about me because thats just a reality and i think im surprised how, how much i love it everyday. thankfully his daughter reese isnt loved by just one parent shes adored by both of her dads...even though she was never part of their original plan. when we met i was definitely a 'were never having children' person. but as jr and charlies relationship grew they both wanted something more...to share their love for a child. so they decided to adopt. you have to be prepared to go through the emotional roller coaster because its going to happen. after not local adoption agency the couple worked with had another idea, to look outside of wisconsin, specifically in texas. they were matched with the childs birth mother right at the time of her birth which was just this past january so their waiting time was one year. it was really exciting we were on a plane within an hour and a half and we had sort of a very stressful next twenty-four hours not knowing whether exactly her birth mom was going
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plan for her. thankfully the birth mother chose adoption, but she had one request, she wanted the child to be raised in a gay couples home. they are an awesome couple, they have so much love to give and they are very fun they care deeply about children about each other about their community we did not have hesitations about placing a child with them. it was a really emotional experience for everyone i dont thnk room. i was just amazed on how supportive everyone was both in the hospital and anyone we come across in texas and about a week later we were able to take reese home with us. and as emotional having a new baby is for biological parents, the feelings are equally as strong for adopted parents, but in different ways. going to the court system and having them say yes you guys can do this or when we
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me because ok theyre recognizing this so it definitely is final. it certainly i think makes out house more of a home. its him its her its also our dogs too and so its really nice to feel like you develop this family with the two of us and be able to enjoy that. the bond between parent and child is strong and to jr it means... everything. oh god you made me, sorry im going to lose it. um, what do you mean to me? i dont know couldnt imagine not doing this now. i think its the best choice that ive ever thought we should do. she's part of our family and that unconditional love is just tapped into something really innate and its amazing just to feel that. im amazed by how well weve been able to work together on it its certainly been a learning experience for both of us and i think jr is a great father and im really proud of us as
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foreign and just now knowing how it can bring people together and bringing children in your life and just how great it has been
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