The Warner Boys: Our Family’s Story of Autism and Hope

The Warner Boys Our Family s Story of Autism and Hope An emotional revealing memoir of one family s life in seclusion and the love strength and faith it took to save it Seahawks star running back Curt Warner and his wife Ana were prominen

  • Title: The Warner Boys: Our Family’s Story of Autism and Hope
  • Author: Curt Warner
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  • An emotional, revealing memoir of one family s life in seclusion and the love, strength, and faith it took to save it

    Seahawks star running back Curt Warner and his wife, Ana, were prominent figures in Seattle in the early 1990s When they dropped from the public eye after Curt s retirement, everyone assumed it was for a simpler life But the reality behind their seclusi

    An emotional, revealing memoir of one family s life in seclusion and the love, strength, and faith it took to save it

    Seahawks star running back Curt Warner and his wife, Ana, were prominent figures in Seattle in the early 1990s When they dropped from the public eye after Curt s retirement, everyone assumed it was for a simpler life But the reality behind their seclusion was a secret they hid from even their closest friends their twins, Austin and Christian, had been diagnosed with severe autism What followed was a painful struggle to hold their family and their marriage together in a home filled with chaos, emotional exhaustion, and constant fear for the safety of their unpredictable but beloved boys.

    Now, after years of silence, the Warners share their inspiring journey from stardom and success to heartbreaking self imposed isolation Above all, it s a story of the life changing truth that love for family and each other no matter how challenged is the path to healing and peace.

    The Warner Boys is the true story of a family who fought for their children and how they grew stronger against all odds.

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changed when their firstborn a boy was stillborn Then along came Jonathan, followed 18 months later by twins, Austin and Christian.Ana felt blessed to be a mom to three boys and was proud of her husband, Curt, who after being a running back with the Seahawks and Rams was now developing his own car dealership in Seattle When the twins reached the age of two, Ana and Curt noticed that their personalities were changing Despite reaching out for help and answers, Doctors were no help in those early years Curt and Ana thought themselves to blame for the twins increasingly poor behavior Finally in 1999, just before the twins turned 5, a diagnosis Autism Spectrum Disorder aka ASD A total shock.What follows is the story of therapies, food adjustments, destruction, endurance, exhaustion, faith, hope and so much This story brings the reader right up to date with the twins now in their 20 s Not only that but Curt and Ana adopted a little girl during all thisPORTANT to note that this is not a fluffy , good feel story This was HARD for these folks to write as they had to relive much of what they would rather forget HOWEVER for those with younger autistic children, it can provide you with hope NO, the twins have not been cured NO, the boys cannot live independently BUT their parents have chosen to focus on their strengths rather than their weaknesses Curt and Ana have also kept their faith and marriage alive A truly AMAZING TRUE story that will bless all who read it Although traumatic and heartbreaking at times, this book is an easy read It feels as if Curt and Ana are sat talking with you It is very well written and there are some family photos scattered throughout the book for you to enjoy Curt and Ana are Christians and make no secret of that HOWEVER this book is not preachy It is for folks from all walks of life and beliefs.HIGHLY recommended Thanks, Liz flag 6 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Dec 21, 2018 Lynn Smile24k rated it it was amazing A very moving and transparent look at one family s struggle with autism in a time when no one really knew what it was This book was eye opening for me I chose it because it was a Kindle First Reads book and none of the other books seemed interesting I am glad I chose this book, but keep in mind that this is about a real and personal family struggle Ana and Curt Warner began their married life thinking it was going to be a fairy tale Curt Warner is a former professional football player the A very moving and transparent look at one family s struggle with autism in a time when no one really knew what it was This book was eye opening for me I chose it because it was a Kindle First Reads book and none of the other books seemed interesting I am glad I chose this book, but keep in mind that this is about a real and personal family struggle Ana and Curt Warner began their married life thinking it was going to be a fairy tale Curt Warner is a former professional football player the RB, not to be confused with Kurt Warner the QB Their story, like a lot of our stories, does not go exactly as planned I won t go into too much detail, because to feel the real emotion of this book you just have to read it, but they experience a lot of struggles in trying to begin a family There was one really powerful moment early in the book, that I just have to share, where Ana and Curt are leaving the hospital without their baby and the nurses give Ana a teddy bear they gave me a small stuffed bear to hold They knew that no mother imagines herself leaving the hospital empty handed Let that sink in for a momentcan you imagine the anguish of that moment The imagery and feeling of that moment made me pause in my reading At a point they find out that they are having twins and I could feel their joy and their uncertainty through the pages Soon after the twins are born they realize that something is wrong with the twins behavior and development After endless doctor visits and no clear indication of what is wrong, they finally find out that the twins have autism From there they share some of their most harrowing experiences My heart ached for this whole family and for these two little boys The book is written in alternating chapters from Ana and Curt s POVs The twins have great difficulty with speech and do not meet the developmental milestones of children their age Ana and Curt share their perspective on dealing with the boys and they both talk about the boys difficulty in communicating I had many moments where I felt like I can t imagine going through this One such moment was when they shared that the boys wanted so desperately to be able to communicate and that their son Austin, in particular, really wanted to communicate with people I love talking and interacting with people and can only imagine what frustration it would cause to want to communicate with people and not be able to There are some positives in this book The Warners definitely had tremendous struggles, but the met those struggles valiantly They talk about their faith as one of the things that got them through The book is not preachy, but their faith is part of who they are and helped them get through the difficult times The other bright spot in the book is their friends Kudos to every friend mentioned in this book Seriously, hard times in life really show you who your friends are If you decide to read this book, please try not to judge this family There was one decision they made, to adopt a child, that I questioned, but had to stop myself, because who the heck am I to question them They did what they needed to do to get through the situation Also, this book is a good reminder to not judge people that we encounter We ve all seen kids misbehaving in public and rush to judgment, but you never know what a family is dealing with I will end my review with a simple, yet profoundly accurate, statement from the book Life humbles you flag 4 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Dec 05, 2018 Zara rated it it was amazing I couldn t put it down Having nieces on the spectrum, I read so much of their parents anguish that they ll be reading it too It s amazing to know what this couple has been through and how they are still walking through it It was amazingly written, no fluff, but you understood what was going on very well Kudos to the Warners and anyone dealing with kids on the spectrum, may you find strength and peace in the days ahead flag 3 likesLike see review Nov 06, 2018 Anne rated it it was amazing Harrowing but inspiring I normally do not read nonfiction, and I had just finished a nonfiction book, but this one caught my eye I remember Curt Warner well from his days with the Seahawks So out of curiosity I chose this as my First Read for November And I am glad I did Curt and Ana made their story come alive I am not sure how Ana survived she gave up so much of her life for those boys She was so determined, and so overwhelmed with misguided guilt Curt and Ana sound like an am Harrowing but inspiring I normally do not read nonfiction, and I had just finished a nonfiction book, but this one caught my eye I remember Curt Warner well from his days with the Seahawks So out of curiosity I chose this as my First Read for November And I am glad I did Curt and Ana made their story come alive I am not sure how Ana survived she gave up so much of her life for those boys She was so determined, and so overwhelmed with misguided guilt Curt and Ana sound like an amazing couple their relationship had to be very strong to deal with all they dealt with I learned a lot about ASD, and gained an appreciation for how varied it is and how difficult it is to be a caretaker I highly recommend this book flag 3 likesLike see review Dec 10, 2018 Bookreporter Biography Memoir rated it it was amazing review of another edition There is a saying among families affected by autism, quoted by the authors and parents of THE WARNER BOYS If you meet one child with autism, you know one child with autism This expresses the vast differences of personality, activity, inclination and communication that can be found among those with autism.When Ana and Curt Warner got married, they were happy and enthusiastic as most young couples are Those feelings were deflated when their first child was stillborn, but when the second, Jo There is a saying among families affected by autism, quoted by the authors and parents of THE WARNER BOYS If you meet one child with autism, you know one child with autism This expresses the vast differences of personality, activity, inclination and communication that can be found among those with autism.When Ana and Curt Warner got married, they were happy and enthusiastic as most young couples are Those feelings were deflated when their first child was stillborn, but when the second, Jonathan, survived and thrived, they were hopeful about another child soon on the way The next one turned out to be two twin boys Austin and Christian who, after a maddening five years of destructive and self destructive behavior, were finally diagnosed with autism in 1999.At the time, much less was known about ASD, and this placed a great burden on Curt, a former football star turned salesman, and Ana, who began to spend all her waking hours cooking special foods for and constantly guarding her two obstreperous boys Screaming, eating string and other odd non foods, and kicking holes in the walls were only the beginning for the two, who could reliably say the names of Disney movie characters but not Mama or Papa Once, almost unbelievably, they burned their house down, and had it not been for Jonathan on the scene, they might have perished in the flames.Ana and Curt have composed this book with their individual memories juxtaposed in each chapter, frankly and at times agonizingly recounting the years of seeking therapies there were few when the boys were young , looking for schools they mostly had to rely on homeschooling since public schools were unequipped in that era to handle children with extreme special needs , and, through their shared religious faith, searching for any signs of hope Oddly enough, adopting a daughter from Brazil seemed to help Isabella, as a toddler, somehow blended well with the two boys with Austin, the outgoing twin, she was competitive, and with Christian she was quiet and tender The boys eventually completed high school and have found a new home on a farm designed to train, employ and sustain adults with special needs.The shared recollections of these two courageous parents are all the admirable because, with the twins, there was no sudden miracle cure, no leaping of developmental milestones owing to some new treatment It was an inch by inch, hour by hour struggle with many discouragements In public when the boys acted out, strangers would express their disapproval of their parenting, but Ana believes that no one who witnessed it will ever forget the sight of Curt dropping to the floor in a crowded airport to comfort his screaming son in the throes of an autistic meltdown.The two have become speakers and advocates for parents and others concerned with the harsh realities of autism, and Curt concludes their inspiring saga with this It s been a tough, long road, but we got here together Reviewed by Barbara Bamberger Scott flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 16, 2018 Liz rated it it was amazing Curt Ana Warner have written an in inspiring memoir of the trials and tribulations they endured as the parents of twin boys with severe autism Curt was an NFL running back Ana, a beautiful young Brazilian woman who fell in love first with life in the U.S and soon after, with Curt They seemed to have a perfect life in store for them, but life had other plans After many anguished attempts to start a family, Ana gave birth to a healthy boy named Jonathan Soon after, twin boys named Aust Curt Ana Warner have written an in inspiring memoir of the trials and tribulations they endured as the parents of twin boys with severe autism Curt was an NFL running back Ana, a beautiful young Brazilian woman who fell in love first with life in the U.S and soon after, with Curt They seemed to have a perfect life in store for them, but life had other plans After many anguished attempts to start a family, Ana gave birth to a healthy boy named Jonathan Soon after, twin boys named Austin and Christian arrived The Warners lives would never be the same.Curt and Ana tell their story in alternating chapters from each of their perspectives, with one chapter told by Jonathan The disarmingly honest portrayal of their chaotic family life and the devastating lack of awareness and professional help available to them in the 1990 s make this one of the most compelling books about autism I ve read The strength of the family s character, and their love for and commitment to each other make it truly inspiring I chose The Warner Boys as my First Read for November and am glad I did It is a well written, fast read, not to be missed by members of the autism community, and enlightening for everyone else flag 2 likesLike see review Jan 09, 2019 Kim rated it it was amazing Such a powerful story of a loving family flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 14, 2018 Pumpkinpuddy rated it it was amazing This book is a must read It tells the truth with guts and integrity, and nothing hidden flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 12, 2018 Debbie Ford Dullabaun rated it it was amazing Required reading This book should be required reading for everyone I have learned so much about ASD and the Warner family Thank you for being open and sharing your story, life with the world Curt and Ana are a love story, and there s nothing traditional about it, but very powerful I love their relationship with god and am just in awe of this book I am very appreciative of the lessons learned flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 14, 2018 Suzy rated it it was amazing Great book Amazing story of dedicated parents facing the challenges of autism This book transcends the topic and is applicable to life in general It also stressed the importance of healthy eating and its impact on well being flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 13, 2018 Jeff Carlson rated it it was amazing Amazing.Even if you don t have anyone close to you with ASD, this book teaches a lot about struggles in relationships flag 2 likesLike see review Dec 07, 2018 Sarah rated it really liked it It is unimaginable what this family has endured with two severely autistic sons.Kurt and Ana Warner were only able to provide for these boys by their faith in God and the fact that they had the finances to support all of the boys needs Austin and Christian were two lucky boys with severe needs who challenged their family and the medical system What causes autism Is there an answer flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 06, 2018 Eleanor rated it it was amazing A Heartfelt Story of Struggle, Love and CompassionI couldn t put this book down I do not know anybody with Autism, but love books about real people and triumph over tragedies The perseverance and love that these parents showed their children and the honesty they shared with their struggles is to be commended Austin and Christian are blessed with loving parents It certainly wasn t easy and still is not, but love is what this book is about God bless the entire Warner family flag 2 likesLike see review View 1 comment Nov 30, 2018 Jamie Bandy rated it it was amazing A good read about the sacrifices that parents have to make when they have autistic children I commend them for their dedication to their children At times while reading this, I thought to myself, I think this is the moment I would have thrown in the towel flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 19, 2018 Jackie Oetken rated it it was amazing Heartwarming account of the struggles a real family faces when living with disability flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 07, 2018 David Hulse rated it it was amazing This is a survivors story Everyone experiences a personal tragedy It defines life for each of us Scale to compare with other s, is irrelevant to the person experiencing it This is a personal story that frames the readers tragedy in that perspective Mine is as a surviving caregiver to a severe traumatic brain injury The Warner s story was closer to home yet so much further away than I was prepared for I started the book a 4 am and finished it before taking my kids to school I found t This is a survivors story Everyone experiences a personal tragedy It defines life for each of us Scale to compare with other s, is irrelevant to the person experiencing it This is a personal story that frames the readers tragedy in that perspective Mine is as a surviving caregiver to a severe traumatic brain injury The Warner s story was closer to home yet so much further away than I was prepared for I started the book a 4 am and finished it before taking my kids to school I found the scale and perspective to my own tragedy Indeed I do not feel alone Thank you for your faith, love and hope flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 05, 2018 joanne g moore rated it it was amazing The Warner boysI thoroughly enjoyed this book The Warner s did not hold back when they tell the story of their lives with twins who are autistic You feel the love they have for their family I had a hard time putting this book down for any reason Would highly recommend it to anyone flag 2 likesLike see review Nov 06, 2018 Mary Greer rated it it was amazing A Must ReadI loved this beautiful story The dedication of Curt and Ana is so heartwarming I learned so much about autism A beautiful story of true love and dedication flag 2 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jan 05, 2019 Lance rated it it was amazing Shelves blog, biography memoir, football, kindle unlimited, nf books read 2019, own a copy, sports Curt Warner was an All Pro running back for the Seattle Seahawks after enjoying an outstanding college football career at Penn State He met and married a striking woman from Brazil, Ana and after their first son, Jonathan, was born, it seemed like they would be able to live a comfortable life as Curt was smart with his money while he was a professional athlete However, all that changed when their twin sons, Austin and Christian, were born Early in their lives, it was apparent that something w Curt Warner was an All Pro running back for the Seattle Seahawks after enjoying an outstanding college football career at Penn State He met and married a striking woman from Brazil, Ana and after their first son, Jonathan, was born, it seemed like they would be able to live a comfortable life as Curt was smart with his money while he was a professional athlete However, all that changed when their twin sons, Austin and Christian, were born Early in their lives, it was apparent that something was different about the twins and they were diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder Of course, this profoundly changed the dynamic of the Warner family and their story is told in this unforgettable memoir co written by Curt and Ana.The book covers so many different aspects and topics Not only about the Warner s life trying to raise two boys with autism and all of the challenges that encompasses, but they also talk about their own feelings, their own actions and there is even a chapter in which Jonathan talks about his struggles, especially when he was a teenager and he would not have friends come over to his house for fear of not only embarrassment, but also for the protection of his brothers There are many different events that run the gamut of emotions for the Warners The hopes and disappointments when treatment options don t work The never ending vigilance they exhibit to ensure that neither boy harms himself or others when they express themselves in ways such as biting or hitting their heads against objects The fear and subsequent relief when their house was destroyed by a fire set by Austin trying to reenact a scene from a Disney movie The adoption of a little girl, Isabella, in the middle of all this and her immediate taking to her older brothers all three of them The pride of seeing Austin and Christian graduate from high school This is only a small sample of the events that are described by the Warners that had to be difficult for them to say, but felt that they had to share.Words in a review cannot do justice to describe the feelings one will have when reading this book It is both sad and happy It is both hard to read and very uplifting The best description of what this book is truly about was written by Curt When we tell them about the things that have given us strength, some say that ours isn t an autism story it s a love story That sums up what I took away from this book it is truly a story of love Anyone who has family members who are autistic, or anyone who wants to learn about what it is like to live with loved ones suffering from this disease needs to read this book flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 03, 2019 Holly Senecal rated it it was amazing review of another edition I have started and stopped this review than once The depth to which this story touched my heart and soul doesn t lend itself easily to a meaningful review How do you assign only 5 stars to a book that should be in the hands of every human being on the face of the Earth, particularly our educators and other parents We are parents to a son on the autism spectrum and our hearts hurt for the struggles he faces everyday Yes there are struggles, but would we trade our sons for anything NO W I have started and stopped this review than once The depth to which this story touched my heart and soul doesn t lend itself easily to a meaningful review How do you assign only 5 stars to a book that should be in the hands of every human being on the face of the Earth, particularly our educators and other parents We are parents to a son on the autism spectrum and our hearts hurt for the struggles he faces everyday Yes there are struggles, but would we trade our sons for anything NO Would we change the personality and abilities our sons have NO Do we wish that there was a way that we could take the world into one classroom and tell them all not to judge when you hear what you think is a temper tantrum but is actually a child on the autism spectrum trying as best they can to adjust to a disruption in their sensory perception of the world YES What we learn from our sons, who just happen to have autism, is how to see the world through new eyes, with a different perspective If people look at themselves closely enough, I think we all have quirks in our personalityWouldn t it be boring if we were all the same Thank you to Curt and Ana Warner for sharing their story One thing I have learned on our journey with my son is just have faith Really, its that simple Its our job as parents to fight as hard as we can to make people have the patience and find the tools to put in the hands of our kids We all need to remember that people with autism have the abilities to do EVERYTHING others do They just go about it in their own way Imagine that being an individualpretty cool way to be to my way of thinking flag 1 likeLike see review View 1 comment Dec 18, 2018 Donna rated it liked it Shelves family, health, netgalley, non fiction This is an interesting and touching story of former Seattle Seahawks player Curt Warner, his wife Ana, and their four children, two of whom are twins diagnosed with autism when they were young The story traces Curt s career, his meeting and marrying Ana, their devastating loss of a first child, and then the challenges they faced with raising a not so normal family The Warner family s strength through many years of love, turbulence and chaos is inspirational The writing was ok, but it was ob This is an interesting and touching story of former Seattle Seahawks player Curt Warner, his wife Ana, and their four children, two of whom are twins diagnosed with autism when they were young The story traces Curt s career, his meeting and marrying Ana, their devastating loss of a first child, and then the challenges they faced with raising a not so normal family The Warner family s strength through many years of love, turbulence and chaos is inspirational The writing was ok, but it was obvious that someone else wrote the book, as it was written almost in magazine article style, as if the couple were being interviewed I would have liked to have heard about the impact of the twins autism on the other two children in the family this was touched on, but never explored in depth Overall, although the story was interesting and somewhat informative on autism and the impact on a family, I think there were a lot of additional layers that could have been uncovered Thank you to NetGalley and Little A publishers for an ARC in exchange for my honest review 3 stars flag 3 likesLike see review Nov 08, 2018 Cory Briggs rated it it was amazing GoodFirst off, I work with autistic kids all the time, so nothing surprised me That being said, this is a good book about autism They paint a very real picture of what it is like living with autism on daily basis If the Wagner s are reading this then my heart and prayers go out to you You have some good insight in this book about autism I appreciate it when Curt talk about being in the NFL and the precarious nature of being a pro football How short such a career can be flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 07, 2019 Chockletter rated it it was amazing I recieved this as a free book from and was asked to give an honest review What an amazing story What respect I have for Curt and Ana Warner It was almost unbelievable to read about all of the things the boys did over the years I am so thankful that they share about their faith in the Lord which helped them get through such difficult situations flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 25, 2018 Karol rated it really liked it Shelves owned, read in 2018 I read this book very quickly, mostly because I was totally absorbed in it This is a very personal story, and one that encourages me to 1 never give up on what s important and 2 be sensitive to the struggles people may be facing flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 02, 2019 Liuda Malai pascanean rated it it was amazing Such an emotional and inspiring story Indeed the book is not just about autism, but about love, hope and faith, about a family who stayed together and supported each other despite all the difficulties flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 17, 2018 Patti rated it it was amazing Shelves favorites If you have wondered about autism, or know anyone that has an autistic child I highly recommend this book It is a clear description of how Autism affects family, friends, and society I m buying the book to share with family and friends flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 04, 2018 Deborah Olson rated it it was amazing My honest reviewI enjoyed reading this book as it was a real eye opener I feel they are all heroes This certainly is a difficult road to been given and I don t know for sure if I would be as successful God bless you all flag 1 likeLike see review Nov 08, 2018 Patricia Arend rated it it was amazing A very heartwarming storyThe story was very unexpected for me I had no idea what it was about I loved it It is very well written It is a love story all families should read flag 1 likeLike see review Jan 27, 2019 Jean Chapman rated it it was amazing I enjoyed this story and it makes you see a different side of sports and ADD that one really would not think about flag 1 likeLike see review Dec 20, 2018 Illinois Labor History Society rated it it was amazing WonderfulWonderfully shows the roller coaster ride of autism with so much love Such a rewarding experience to come out of the shadows flag 1 likeLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Readers Also Enjoyed

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    1. Wow This book needs to be given to ALL those who are raising a child with autism Ana and Curt each take turns in sharing the story of their lives together with a little of their background thrown in also Like most of us, they thought their marriage was going to be a fairy tale That soon changed when their firstborn a boy was stillborn Then along came Jonathan, followed 18 months later by twins, Austin and Christian.Ana felt blessed to be a mom to three boys and was proud of her husband, C Wow Th [...]


    2. A very moving and transparent look at one family s struggle with autism in a time when no one really knew what it was This book was eye opening for me I chose it because it was a Kindle First Reads book and none of the other books seemed interesting I am glad I chose this book, but keep in mind that this is about a real and personal family struggle Ana and Curt Warner began their married life thinking it was going to be a fairy tale Curt Warner is a former professional football player the A very [...]


    3. I couldn t put it down Having nieces on the spectrum, I read so much of their parents anguish that they ll be reading it too It s amazing to know what this couple has been through and how they are still walking through it It was amazingly written, no fluff, but you understood what was going on very well Kudos to the Warners and anyone dealing with kids on the spectrum, may you find strength and peace in the days ahead


    4. Harrowing but inspiring I normally do not read nonfiction, and I had just finished a nonfiction book, but this one caught my eye I remember Curt Warner well from his days with the Seahawks So out of curiosity I chose this as my First Read for November And I am glad I did Curt and Ana made their story come alive I am not sure how Ana survived she gave up so much of her life for those boys She was so determined, and so overwhelmed with misguided guilt Curt and Ana sound like an am Harrowing but i [...]


    5. There is a saying among families affected by autism, quoted by the authors and parents of THE WARNER BOYS If you meet one child with autism, you know one child with autism This expresses the vast differences of personality, activity, inclination and communication that can be found among those with autism.When Ana and Curt Warner got married, they were happy and enthusiastic as most young couples are Those feelings were deflated when their first child was stillborn, but when the second, Jo There [...]


    6. Curt Ana Warner have written an in inspiring memoir of the trials and tribulations they endured as the parents of twin boys with severe autism Curt was an NFL running back Ana, a beautiful young Brazilian woman who fell in love first with life in the U.S and soon after, with Curt They seemed to have a perfect life in store for them, but life had other plans After many anguished attempts to start a family, Ana gave birth to a healthy boy named Jonathan Soon after, twin boys named Aust Curt Ana Wa [...]



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