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Stephanie Baker -Living with Mom

Aneurysm changes mother’s life, and adult daughter finds satisfaction in caregiving

Apr 7, 2012 | 2 Comments

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05:40 pm - Tue, April 10 2012
MacMini said:
Stephanie, your life is good and full. I lost my mom when I was 12, I would have loved to have been able to take care of my mom as an adult, to show her how much I cared for her, I miss her now even after all these years. You are a good daughter because you had a good mom.
07:02 am - Wed, May 9 2012
Chicago1037 said:
Stephanie, you are a wise woman to appreciate and cherish your time with your Mother. I knew her when she worked at the middle school and was as vibrant as any 8th grader. Her sense of fun and great compassion made her well-loved among both students and staff. She has had a life well-lived and it is so nice to see that her daughter has followed in her footsteps!

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