Tyler and Amy Amos, with two of their three children, Rosie, 8, and Ada, 4, piled onto the staircase in their home on Gano Avenue in Georgetown. The Amoses have found old correspondence in the house since moving in last year.
Tyler and Amy Amos, with two of their three children, Rosie, 8, and Ada, 4, piled onto the staircase in their home on Gano Avenue in Georgetown. The Amoses have found old correspondence in the house since moving in last year. Herald-Leader
Tyler and Amy Amos, with two of their three children, Rosie, 8, and Ada, 4, piled onto the staircase in their home on Gano Avenue in Georgetown. The Amoses have found old correspondence in the house since moving in last year. Herald-Leader

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