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Etsy Loves Moms: A Daughter-Mother Reunion

Apr 28, 2010

by KimsCraftyApple

For the coming Mother’s Day, some members of the Etsy community share their inspiring mother-child stories. Kim Lapacek, a.k.a. KimsCraftyApple and TheApple, is an artist of many mediums, from quilts to jewelry to many things in between. Trained in civil engineering, she has decided to stay home to raise her two little girls and help run the family apple orchard just north of Madison, WI, in the small town of Poynette.

Annie Young, a.k.a. annieyoungarts, is an artistic topographist. As a new grandmother, Annie attempts to balance her time between volunteering for non-profits, training for her next triathlon, participating in beepball, blogging and establishing herself as a multi-dimensional artist. Annie also loves to travel with her husband, Jim.

How did you find each other?
Kim: I always knew I was adopted. While not recalling how they told me, it is clear my parents did a fabulous job because I always felt wanted. Still, I longed to find my birth parents — mom in particular. Knowing my birthplace was Rochester, MN, when my parents made a trip to the Mayo Clinic, at 18 I asked my mom to help me find the social worker, which she did without any hesitation.
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After many months the social worker was able to locate Annie. I was in college at the time (studying the same major at the same university as my birth father — civil engineering at University of Wisconsin!) and a letter showed up one day. The handwriting on the card was my handwriting. The card was handmade — something I would do. My roommates all agreed: this was pretty crazy.

A few months later, and after exchanging several letters, I received a call from my half-brother who said Annie was going blind and really wanted to see me. My now husband and I took a trip to Minnesota during winter break to meet Annie, and we’ve  been in contact since.

Kim and her Mom

The first time I saw Annie after she lost her sight completely, I was extremely nervous, as her condition is hereditary and could happen to me someday. I thought it would freak me out. It was completely the opposite! We met Annie at a restaurant in the middle of Minneapolis. Her independence and confidence was inspiring — she navigates the bus system with ease, is able to read Braille to order from the menu, and she is anything but needy.

Now to see the paintings she creates by touch and feel — all I can say is “Wow!” Her memories are so strong and powerful; she is sure to touch many others with the work she does.

Annie: I remember coming back from an incredible European cruise that Jim, my husband, organized when we learned I was going blind. I was going through our voicemail messages, and one was from my very excited, almost frantic sounding mom. So I called her and she said, “You have to get to Rochester right away, there is a letter here with your name on it.”  My mind was still in Rome and I really had no idea where she was going with this clue. Before I argued the need for urgency, she continued, “And the handwriting looks just like yours!”

I think I must have turned white or something, because my husband Jim came up and said “What’s the matter?”
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“Nothing, honey…” — I knew my little girl had found me. I was sitting with excitement and fear. What had life offered her? Joy? Pain? Health, success, struggle? Is this my time of judgment? I felt a bit weak in the knees, it was time for me to drop on them and pray — for guidance, forgiveness, grace, and peace.

I remember reading the letter, over and over, as best I could as my eyes were failing me. I asked Jim to read it to me several times. They named her Kim. Kimberly Ann. Nice, sweet. She sounds so happy. Smart! She had a great childhood. Close to her mom and brother, has lots of aunts and uncles! And her dad works for the IRS (so funny as she was born on tax day!) and has a great sense of humor; she so sounds like me.

Kim as a baby

She wanted information, information I was happy to provide. I wanted something too. I wanted to see her, but dare I ask? I didn’t have much time before I wouldn’t be able to, but I couldn’t bring myself to ask — not until she was ready. My eldest son was witness to my dilemma.

Unbeknownst to me, he contacted Kim. I don’t know what he said, but she and Jared came for a visit. When Kim stepped out of that vehicle in our driveway and started walking up to our front door, the world starting spinning in slow motion. I could hear my heart beating in sync with my breath. She was so incredibly beautiful and her smile lit up our neighborhood. She was so entirely disarming, walking with joy and grace.

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Kim and Annie’s first meeting

When did each of you begin creating?
Kim: Like most artists, I have been creating for as long as I can remember. My mom says, “You were always a little out there with a wild imagination.” The first “artsy” item I recall making was a little quilt for my big brother’s birthday, sewn using the fabric from the rag bin, including the furry toilet seat cover! My parents always nurtured pursuing “ideas.” When I would request a new supply material, middle school art teachers assured them I would not waste it. I will be forever grateful for that.

Annie: As a pre-teen, my mom tasked me to finish a quilt my grandma started before losing her eyesight.  The squares were a little off, but with mom’s help we made it work. I remember feeling quite accomplished, loving the simplicity and randomness of the pattern and colors. Many hours were spent designing my next quilt. Soon I was making my own clothes.

Around age 30, while sharing with mom how cool it was that I was “talented” at sewing so young, thinking that if I made mistakes I would have gotten frustrated and given up, she said, “Oh you made mistakes, I just didn’t tell you about them.” What a mom!

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How did your mutual love for creativity play a role in getting to know one another?
Kim: I think our creativity gave us a basis for us to start. Sharing a common interest helped us to avoid awkward silences and made the initial meeting more comfortable. Since then we have also discovered that we both come up with our best ideas in our dreams!

Annie: It offered an opportunity for us to start the dialogue and share what was in front of us. As we were exploring our similarities and differences, this was a great place to converse. I enjoyed getting advice and ideas on quilting techniques, sharing apple recipes or canning ideas.

lapaceks_orchard.jpgHow do you influence each other in your work?
Kim: Since Annie has lost her sight it has made me appreciate texture in art even more. I made a crazy quilted purse and my main thought was texture when I picked out the fabrics. When I looked at the pile of fabric together I worried how it would look — I knew it would feel amazing, but wasn’t sure about the colors.  After the bag was completed, my husband said, “You made that?!” The purse looked amazing and was fun to close your eyes and feel. I have started to add more fibers to my quilts. It’s been a fun challenge to see if people can feel as well as see the beauty of my work.

Annie: For Christmas I painting a picture of an apple tree which was inspired by our visit to Lapaceks’ Orchard, owned by Kim and Jared. I am looking forward to creating an entire apple tree series inspired by the orchard!

What do you gain from sharing in your creativity?
Kim: This may sound weird, but I’ve gained some confidence. It’s not just “crazy Kim making something again.” Now it’s, “This is what I’m supposed to be doing.”

Annie: Kim is my go-to gal for Etsy, if I ever have a question, she’s the one. She helps me promote my shop and led me to my first sale; she’s my cheerleader. I like to be challenged “beyond” the creative box I sit upon, even if that means I fall off! I love the improbable and the challenge and the celebration at the finish is indescribable. I think we both share this creative entrepreneurship and ambition.

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Annie talks to guests at an art show

Anything else you’d like to share?
Annie:
When Kim wrote me that she submitted us for this mother-daughter post without first asking me if it that was alright, you’d might have thought I’d be upset. I laughed. I thought, oh no, she is so like me! (Shoot from the hip and deal with the consequences later… whenever that will be.) The ready, fire, aim approach serves to describe how I look to move ahead with an idea, get excited and just go for it. I know Kim has that same passion. I love talking with Kim and I am always left with a smile on my face. She has so much positive energy to give!

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Kim: Annie’s and my story is one of hope. Hope to those young mothers who did the hardest thing imaginable — gave up their child because they knew they would not be able to give him or her the life they deserved. I am proof that the home I was placed in gave me all the love and opportunities I needed to become the person I am today. I will be forever grateful to Annie for doing what she did — after having two girls of my own I know the strength it had to take to make that decision. At the same time I am so blessed to have been put into the family I was — my parents gave me so much and I wouldn’t be who I am today without them.

 

Kim, her husband Jared, and their two daughters

 

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113 comments

  • nickandnessies

    nickandnessies said 7 years ago

    How neat to be part of a mother and daughter creative combo!

  • papercutworks

    papercutworks said 7 years ago

    Happy Mother's Day to both of you - wonderful story! Creativity is in the genes!

  • seragun

    seragun said 7 years ago

    Thank you for this story, Happy Mother's Day

  • warmnfuzzies

    warmnfuzzies said 7 years ago

    Way to make me cry, Kim. What a cute baby picture!

  • EvenAndy

    EvenAndy said 7 years ago

    Beautiful story:) It is makes me sad and happy at the same time (i am hormonal-pregnant). It is wonderful that you both found each other in love:)

  • Ayca

    Ayca said 7 years ago

    Great story!Thanks for sharing this beauties... Happy Mother's Day to both of you! Greetings from Istanbul...

  • elemegibere

    elemegibere said 7 years ago

    Wonderful!

  • leapinggazelle

    leapinggazelle said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful and amazing story, Kim! You had me in tears. I'm so happy for you! Happy Mother's Day to both of you.

  • tlady

    tlady said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story:)

  • WeeBindery

    WeeBindery said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful story! It brought tears to my eyes! You have two mothers in your life - how lucky!

  • JoyandWhimsy

    JoyandWhimsy said 7 years ago

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  • niftyknits

    niftyknits said 7 years ago

    Kim and Annie, thank you for sharing such a heart-warming story. How wonderful to have discovered so much in common, the nature/nurture debate personified!

  • ConservationClothing

    ConservationClothing said 7 years ago

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  • thepainteddaisy

    thepainteddaisy said 7 years ago

    Amazing story Kim--Thanks for sharing and kudos to Etsy for choosing it!

  • countrysoapsbymarlen

    countrysoapsbymarlen said 7 years ago

    Beautiful story

  • bedbuggs

    bedbuggs said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing your great story...Happy Mother's Day!

  • bythewayside

    bythewayside said 7 years ago

    I absolutely loved your story, I read it with tears in my eyes. What a wonderful testimony to all your parents!

  • LisaFerinDesigns

    LisaFerinDesigns said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story Kim and Annie. Thank you for sharing it. Best wishes for Mother's Day to both of you!

  • KimsCraftyApple

    KimsCraftyApple said 7 years ago

    WOW! Thanks so much for feature Annie and I's story. You put it all together amazingly! For Capri's sake (one of my daughter's) she does finally have hair now (in reference to the last picture) :)

  • stillplayinghouse

    stillplayinghouse said 7 years ago

    thank you both for sharing your awesome story. the love to create that you both share -- and the hope & strength that's displayed in the midst of annie's blindness -- is so inspiring! i, too, had the incredible blessing of being reunited with my birthdaughter two years ago. dreams really do come true... to God be the glory! thanks for sharing. (o:

  • MyJunkyTrunk

    MyJunkyTrunk said 7 years ago

    Great story, and much love to all of the beautiful moms out there!

  • phydeaux

    phydeaux said 7 years ago

    I loved reading this - what a wonderful story. Thank you!

  • nowonder

    nowonder said 7 years ago

    Such a beautiful and emotional story! Kim and Annie You are both so talented. Good luck and Happy Mother's Day!

  • hoganfe

    hoganfe said 7 years ago

    Great story (sniff) Kim!

  • IcingOnTheCupcake

    IcingOnTheCupcake said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your story, it is inspiring and beautiful in so many ways! I also read it with tears in my eyes. It is wonderful that you were able reconnect in such a positive way!

  • TheJoyofColor

    TheJoyofColor said 7 years ago

    What a story!! i'm still ovewhemed, it has all the ingrediants of a sad story but this one is really a story of hope as Kim said at the End. Good Luck to you and for many many years of creations.

  • Ebruk

    Ebruk said 7 years ago

    Happy Mothers Day all.Thank you for the story.

  • soule

    soule said 7 years ago

    I got teary eyed too! Wonderful story and Happy Mothers Day to the both of you!

  • EJPcreations

    EJPcreations said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing! And happy happy mothers day :)

  • manvsgeorge

    manvsgeorge said 7 years ago

    Kim, your story is so moving. Here's to both you and your mom! Happy Mother's Day from your fellow Team WIST member (and UW grad)! :-)

  • whitehaus

    whitehaus said 7 years ago

    really touching. glad this was shared.

  • rougeriverbeads

    rougeriverbeads said 7 years ago

    You should have told me to grab the tissues! Thank you so much for letting us into your world and sharing your story with us. Have a wonderful Mother's Day!

  • FabricFascination

    FabricFascination said 7 years ago

    This article made me cry, especially the part Annie wrote on first seeing Kim. What a wonderful story, with many more chapters to go.

  • tyarkoni

    tyarkoni said 7 years ago

    What an amazing and touching story. Thank you so much for sharing ;)

  • creationsbynoramarie

    creationsbynoramarie said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful story for Mother's Day.

  • maggiemaevintage

    maggiemaevintage said 7 years ago

    beautiful! happy mothers day all!

  • hankietankie

    hankietankie said 7 years ago

    Very inspirational story, thank you! xoxox

  • goingplaces2

    goingplaces2 said 7 years ago

    I love that your handwriting was just alike. Children and mothers never truly part - Bound in the beating of each other's heart. -- Charlotte Gray Thank you for sharing your story.

  • karolsvintageart

    karolsvintageart said 7 years ago

    what a wonderful article. i can see the joy in your faces and in your art.

  • DownHomeDesigns

    DownHomeDesigns said 7 years ago

    Oh, Kim, what a wonderfully inspiring story! Both you and Anne have touched my heart. I got a lump in my throat...it's easy to see that both your birth and adoptive parents did the right thing for you, all along the way. The genorosity of your adoptive Mom in helping you find Anne is precious. Thanks for sharing your story. : )

  • tasifashion

    tasifashion said 7 years ago

    What a story! Fabulous!

  • SewnNatural

    SewnNatural said 7 years ago

    what a beautiful, touching story. thank you for sharing, and inspiring the lives of others.

  • Fishstikks

    Fishstikks said 7 years ago

    What an absolutely wonderful and touching story!! I hung on every word of it!

  • BlackStar

    BlackStar said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story! Thanks for sharing it with us.

  • VedaArts

    VedaArts said 7 years ago

    so sweet! love it! thank you for sharing!

  • beadlolabead

    beadlolabead said 7 years ago

    I love a story with happy endings AND happy begininnings! Kim, Annie and Etsy -- thank you for sharing this with us!

  • MoranArtandQuilts

    MoranArtandQuilts said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story! Thanks for sharing it Kim and Annie.

  • midnightcoiler

    midnightcoiler said 7 years ago

    Lovely story. Very touching.

  • Mymothersgarden

    Mymothersgarden said 7 years ago

    What an amazing and beautiful story! It brought tears to my eyes and warmth to my heart.

  • ZaftigDelights

    ZaftigDelights said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful story, Kim! Thanks for sharing it with all of us. Well done. :o)

  • rule42

    rule42 said 7 years ago

    What an amazing story! This pulls on my heart strings, as my daughter is adopted, but we have very little information about her birth family. What a wonderful way God has redeemed this situation for good all around!

  • kathyjohnson3

    kathyjohnson3 said 7 years ago

    Thank-you for sharing your story, it was beautiful!

  • OneClayBead

    OneClayBead said 7 years ago

    A beautiful story of two fascinating women!

  • bazketmakr

    bazketmakr said 7 years ago

    What an inspiring and touching story. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. I think i have to go call my mom....

  • BellaChicbyalicia

    BellaChicbyalicia said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing that wonderful story :)

  • qwynwyn

    qwynwyn said 7 years ago

    That you for sharing your wonderful story! I got teary-eyed reading it.

  • CinfulOldies

    CinfulOldies said 7 years ago

    Oh, Kims... How wonderful is this!! I love your photos and your story and your fabulous Etsy inspirations!

  • OriginalsbyLauren

    OriginalsbyLauren said 7 years ago

    How wonderful! Kim, I was crying reading it, how wonderful for you to have 2 mothers in your life!

  • glorioushats

    glorioushats said 7 years ago

    Wow, a story one can take to heart and read over and over. It is wonderful Kim, that you found Annie and gain comfort from knowing where those wild wonderful creative urges come from. I was thrilled to also see a photo of your mom in in the article, I want to hug her too for supporting your creativity and for helping you locate Annie. Two lovely moms for you, and now you are a lovely mom to two little girls. Life is rich. Thanks for sharing your combined story.

  • nikid

    nikid said 7 years ago

    Wonderful story!

  • craftpile

    craftpile said 7 years ago

    Thanks so much for sharing....very touching!

  • love4rocks

    love4rocks said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful story.

  • stubborndog

    stubborndog said 7 years ago

    Kim - you are awesome as always! Thanks for sharing this wonderful connection story.

  • bayousalvage

    bayousalvage said 7 years ago

    *grabs kleenex box* what a wonderful example of passing along creative genes. both families lucky to have found each other. happy mothers day to all three mothers involved!

  • GoodGriefGlass

    GoodGriefGlass said 7 years ago

    Pass the tissues... Beautiful story.

  • JLynnCreations

    JLynnCreations said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story~ Thank you so much for sharing it with all of us! And Kim, you are so blessed to have two wonderful, giving mothers...both true examples of what it means to be a mother :) Happy Mother's Day to you all!!

  • JeansVintageCloset

    JeansVintageCloset said 7 years ago

    This is a heart warming story about two wonderful talented ladies whom love their families very much and continue with their creativity, then draw inspiration from the warmth and camaraderie each provides to the other

  • KatsKube

    KatsKube said 7 years ago

    what a great story. im glad your reunion was a success.

  • Fibrillaria

    Fibrillaria said 7 years ago

    Happy Mother's Day to both of you. What a wonderful inspiring story! I agree that texture is very important in art, we should not overlook it, even those of us that have the ability to see.

  • jennyhoople

    jennyhoople said 7 years ago

    It brought tears to my eyes. No joke! Thanks so much for sharing and for being such amazing people!!

  • StudioCherie

    StudioCherie said 7 years ago

    What a touching story. So well told. Thank you for sharing Kim and Annie.

  • mazuli83

    mazuli83 said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story! Moms are the best :)

  • DebiDesigns

    DebiDesigns said 7 years ago

    Kim this is a very touching and wonderful story. Thank you for sharing it with all of us. Very inspiring. I just found out last year I was adopted by my father after 47 years. There is never a doubt he is my father. Unlike yourself I have no inclination to find my birth father.

  • moonangelnay

    moonangelnay said 7 years ago

    What an inspiring story! I can't get over what happened to Annie's vision yet she is still able to creat such amazing work! Beautiful stuff. I am not adopted but I did have most of my life spent not knowing my dad after my parent spilt when I was about 2. I've known him for the past few years since before having my son. Stories like this always allow me to reflecton how special it is to find lost loved ones.

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery said 7 years ago

    Inspirational story, happy mothers day! Congratulations on reuniting.

  • efiwarsh

    efiwarsh said 7 years ago

    Beautiful and sentient story,Kim!!! Happy Mother's Day to both of you & much happiness to your whole family.

  • moondogfarm

    moondogfarm said 7 years ago

    this is so, so sweet! What a beautiful family...with beautiful art as well!

  • annieyoungarts

    annieyoungarts said 7 years ago

    as i have shared with kim before, i may have given her life, but her mother gave her character. she truly is a gift and it brings me great joy to learn that she brings so much joy to so many!!!!

  • anotherghostquilts

    anotherghostquilts said 7 years ago

    Lovely story! Happy Mother's Day, Kim and Annie.

  • lindesigns

    lindesigns said 7 years ago

    Oh Kim what an amazing story! Thank you for sharing!

  • QuiltSewCover

    QuiltSewCover said 7 years ago

    Thank you for the very inspiring Mother's Day story!

  • buttercupbloom

    buttercupbloom said 7 years ago

    Sweet family, sweet story - so thankful for your sharing today! Happy Mother's Day to you all! xo

  • SoapAfterDark

    SoapAfterDark said 7 years ago

    Now I've got tears in my coffee you guys! LOL Such an inspirational story!!!! And apparently the artist IS genetic! Such an awesome story around Mother's Day!

  • ikabags

    ikabags said 7 years ago

    What an amazing story! Thanks for sharing this beauties...

  • worksofwhimsy

    worksofwhimsy said 7 years ago

    Your beautiful story brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for sharing it.

  • jmontesdesigns

    jmontesdesigns said 7 years ago

    great.....happy moms day

  • SewUpscale

    SewUpscale said 7 years ago

    Such a touching story.

  • Quiltville

    Quiltville said 7 years ago

    Tears in my eyes too! Such a Wonderful touching story for Mothers Day. Thanks for sharing Kim.

  • prairieprincess

    prairieprincess said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your wonderful story!

  • HouseOfMirth

    HouseOfMirth said 7 years ago

    I love to hear family stories, thanks for sharing it.

  • studiolara316

    studiolara316 said 7 years ago

    Beautiful story...thank you for sharing!

  • ingesaccents

    ingesaccents said 7 years ago

    Your story is inspiring, thanks for sharing it Kim. Happy Mothers Day

  • SeasationalShells

    SeasationalShells said 7 years ago

    So sweet, thank you for sharing! =)

  • lizziboo

    lizziboo said 7 years ago

    I'm at a loss for words.... Just beautiful....

  • littlesistahstudio

    littlesistahstudio said 7 years ago

    Kim, What a wonderful heartwarming story. Happy Mother's Day to all of you.

  • patternsandcrafts

    patternsandcrafts said 7 years ago

    Happiness for the both of you, very inspiring.

  • capitalcitycrafts

    capitalcitycrafts said 7 years ago

    This is truly a very special story- thanks so much for sharing it!

  • creationsbyMrsJoJo

    creationsbyMrsJoJo said 7 years ago

    What a wonderful story. Happy Mother's Day to both of you. Beautiful creativity.

  • pasin

    pasin said 7 years ago

    Beautifu story

  • JessicaTorrant

    JessicaTorrant said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful story - happy mother's day to you both!

  • bittybambu

    bittybambu said 7 years ago

    Beautiful story. It's nice to see that creative talent is passed on through the blood. Thanks for sharing.

  • ioulia

    ioulia said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your touching story! I am so happy for both of you, and wishing you all the best for the Mothers' Day!

  • 1920

    1920 said 7 years ago

    love the story. moms are the best in the world!

  • SelvaSolimar

    SelvaSolimar said 7 years ago

    I bawled the whole time I was reading it...reading sentences over and over. :) What a beautiful story of reunion...coming together to share your lives and dreams. :) HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to you both!

  • kittyd

    kittyd said 7 years ago

    What a beautiful story! :) Happy Mother's Day!

  • Lori411

    Lori411 said 7 years ago

    Oh Kim, I'm in tears after reading this story! Thanks so much for sharing this! :) HUGS!

  • congcongdesign

    congcongdesign said 7 years ago

    Happy Mother's Day.

  • chicgiftsbysass

    chicgiftsbysass said 7 years ago

    This brought tears to my eyes. Your story shows how a mother's love is so remarkable. Thanks for sharing.

  • KateEmersonDesigns

    KateEmersonDesigns said 7 years ago

    wow.. Great Story! Hope you have a blessed Mother's Day!

  • MooBeeTees

    MooBeeTees said 7 years ago

    A lovely story and a fabulous reunion :) Makes me so glad to be part of a mother/daughter etsy team myself.

  • annieyoungarts

    annieyoungarts said 7 years ago

    kim IS entirely amazing and so IS her mom! i may have given her life, but she gave her character...taught her humility and grace. what a beautiful woman you are! blessings and thanks from the all the places my heart can s-t-r-e-t-c-h!

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    Handamade said 7 years ago

    A lovely story. Thank you for adding my baby bottle cozy.^_^

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