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Torie Boucos 26 Oct 16
Baby Lillian wearing her Halloween outfit I got her.
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1 & Only Mrs Evans 3 Oct 13
It's national smile day today, makes my baby's smile even more special
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T I A 🌻 Mar 6
She is the sweetest little girl.
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GTA_VOL91 Dec 4
Replying to @DollyVol
It’s amazing the difference 2 surgeries make
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Jerica 16 Jul 16
He is getting so big!!! He looks just like his pepaw!!!
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Sara 29 Sep 16
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Dr Terri MD Jul 25
A baby born with a cleft lip without cleft palate may also need extra help with feeding. However, most babies with cleft lip can feed from the breast or a normal bottle.
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Sammy B πŸ‘ΈπŸ» 4 Mar 15
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Louise Sims 19 Nov 14
happy to have my boy home with his new smile - missing his cleft, but glad to see him recovering well
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FrogDogz πŸ“Ž 4 Nov 15
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Mama of 🦐 Jun 21
That’s it, that’s the tweet. You’re welcome.
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Janey Godley 8 Jan 17
if you have a this blog from is brilliant
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#PRINCESSHAROLD 10 Nov 16
Happy 2nd birthday to my beautiful brave soldier of a nephew!! 2 operations down 1 to go πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’• xx
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Leah 29 Aug 16
Clearly some expectant parents need better guidance '92
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Cleft Mom 10 Apr 14
One more for ! I love his little smile here!!
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T I A 🌻 Feb 14
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Dr Terri MD Jul 27
The most immediate concern for a baby with cleft palate is good nutrition. The opening into the mouth from the nose causes a leak of air that prevents effective suction.
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New Day Foster Home 28 Aug 14
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bethany 21 Oct 12
His last day being a <3 Getting his lip fixed tomorrow (my birthday)
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CraftsbySarahLiz Aug 21
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