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  • Rebecca Dittert talks about Cuddle Cots

    Rebecca and Roger Dittert and Lindsey and Matthew DeMoss lost their babies at birth last year, and both couples are giving back in memory of their little boys.

Rebecca and Roger Dittert and Lindsey and Matthew DeMoss lost their babies at birth last year, and both couples are giving back in memory of their little boys. Karla Ward kward1@herald-leader.com
Rebecca and Roger Dittert and Lindsey and Matthew DeMoss lost their babies at birth last year, and both couples are giving back in memory of their little boys. Karla Ward kward1@herald-leader.com

Lexington couples who lost babies help others by donating Cuddle Cots

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