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A Family Miracle

Ormeau, Brisbane, Queensland

One day on the 26th of June in 2001, two little boys were born, there names were Brayden and Aaron. Brayden and Aaron were twins and a nan named Gloria Lethaby who died one year before the twins were born.

When the boys were at the age of one they were learning to talk but the most scariest thing was there first word was nanna but Nanna Lyn was never around. Their mum Sharon always wondered if Nanna Lethaby would come from heven and talk to them but Sharon would also get scared of the fact that every morning the two boys Brayden and Aaron would stair at the wall and yell 'nan nan nan' and point they would just keep saying for like 10 minutes then they would settle down.

Sharon sat down with her three daughters and told them what was going on. They were shocked and one of the daughter named Emma Obrien said "i think its a miracle a baby miracle even though they never met nan.
nan still carries our hearts like we do for her and that she gave sharon a wish one that you had been wishing for ever and that was if you were to have two baby boys you would love nanna to meet them".

They all were happy to no the full story and they were happy of Nana Lyn and they new that she would always be in there hearts for ever and she was.
(in memory on Elizabeth Lethaby) for ever


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