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Sometimes, there just aren't the right words, or enough of them, to share the feelings in your heart. That's why we have art. Not that I am comparing Leo's One year movie to a fine work of art, but in essence, it serves the same point. An image is a communion between the viewer and the creator; between the person and the subject, and ultimately, a much more subtle and powerful means of connection.
Hopefully, this short film about Leo, can say what my words fail to.
Many Years to our sweet, strong, and amazing boy! (Click on the text below, and then click on the title to view)






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  1. That was an awesome video!! And Leo is awesome himself!

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  2. OMG! If tears are redeeming, your old folks felt very redeemed watching this! ;-)

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  3. Happy Birthday, Leo! And many more years! That is such a beautiful video.

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  4. What an awesome video! My little guy just turned 1 on the 14th and he was smiling right along with Leo as we watched the movie :)

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  5. Happy birthday, precious child. Beauty surrounds you and you are cradled in the arms of our Lord.
    Claire

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  6. Wow, how amazing. Not sure how I can feel so much for a family that I never have, and will probably never meet, but I am just so happy after watching your video, and just think that you are an absolutely extraordinary family. Your daughter is just as precious as Leo, and they are precious together. Happy Birthday to your little guy. :)
    Tina

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  7. Through our tears we praised the Lord for Leo's precious life and your amazing journey - all of you ! We wil continue to pray and believe ! Thank you so much for letting us all celebrate the Lion's Birthday :)

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  8. This is the day that the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it!
    Happy 1st Birthday, precious Leo Clement.

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  9. "Weeping may last for the night, but a shout of joy comes in the morning." Ps. 30:5
    It was a long night, but the morning has come! Hallelujah!! Happy Birthday, little lion man. You are adorable.
    "Those who sow in tears shall reap with joyful shouting." Ps. 126:5
    The video was wonderful and brought tears to my eyes, as I remembered the beginning and now the joy a year later. Love, blessings, and continued prayers for you all!--Kathy

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  10. You are all such a testament of faith and the incredible and awsome power of God's love for His children. Birthday blessings and praying for continued miracles in all of the days to come.

    -Deacon Jason and Tiffany Dickey

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