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Anthony Jr. also known as Moo was born on December 15th, 2005. I (his mother Libra) had a very easy pregnancy. When I went into labor, I went to the hospital and followed all the protocols I was asked to follow by the nursing staff. When it was time to deliver, Anthony wouldn't come out. They tried the vacuum 4 times and when that didn't work, Anthony was pushed back up into my belly and an emergency c-section was performed.
Anthony went straight to the NICU in critical condition. I really didn't know nor understand at that particular time what his life was really going to be like. I thought we would leave the hospital and everything would be just fine.
Anthony left the hospital after being in the NICU for 3 weeks. Once we got home, little did I know that our journey would begin.
Today, Anthony is a very lovable boy who loves people, music, and animals (dogs to specific). He goes to a special needs school and participates in outside activities such as soccer. Anthony has definitely shown me what it means to be strong, fearless, accepting, forgiving and loving. He has definitely been my teacher in life and I will never be able to repay him for all he has taught me in the years he's been here.