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  • Patty Mejia Burke

    I have this on my books worth reading list

  • Brittany Mazuchowski

    Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected- by Kelle Hampton. Great book written by woman who discovers her daughter has Down Syndrome upon her birth and how it has changed her life. honest. real. inspiring.

  • Viane Eichelberger

    Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected. A memoir.

  • Lea Camille

    Summer Reading List: Bloom: Finding Beauty in the Unexpected—A Memoir -- she writes a beautiful blog about her daughters (one of whom has Downs Syndrome)

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