Nikki Pike, 27, the mother of four, bought a Christmas tree Saturday, the day before she died. Cameron Pike, center, 6, was homeschooled by his mother. He is survived by a twin, his brother Martin. Nicholas Pike, 3, is survived by a twin sister, Martha, who was at her grandparents' house.
Nikki Pike, 27, the mother of four, bought a Christmas tree Saturday, the day before she died. Cameron Pike, center, 6, was homeschooled by his mother. He is survived by a twin, his brother Martin. Nicholas Pike, 3, is survived by a twin sister, Martha, who was at her grandparents' house.
Nikki Pike, 27, the mother of four, bought a Christmas tree Saturday, the day before she died. Cameron Pike, center, 6, was homeschooled by his mother. He is survived by a twin, his brother Martin. Nicholas Pike, 3, is survived by a twin sister, Martha, who was at her grandparents' house.

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