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    Our Story: The Fenochetti Family - The Lowell Ambassador Family

    The Fenochetti's Story

    Lowell, MA, April 15, 2014 —

    On Aug 5, 2006 when  I was only 19 weeks pregnant with my Triplets, my world changed.  I was at Tufts Medical Center when they confirmed what we already knew.  The membranes had ruptured prematurely for “Baby A”.  The Dr’s told us that we had no choice but to continue forward with the delivery due to chance of infection which could cause harm to me.  We decided to risk it and wait it out and hope for the best.  On Aug 10th I went to Tufts for an  another procedure to check on the babies.Immediately after the procedure I went into labor.

    Colin was born later that night.  William and Liliana were born on August 11th.  At 20 weeks, too premature to survive.

     We canceled the three cribs that just arrived at the store, notified all of the guests for our baby shower that was planned, with invitations already out.Instead, we needed to plan the burial of our three precious babies. We were heartbroken.

    A year later we decided to try for the family that we so desperately wanted Happily, in … we welcomed a handsome addition to our family, Frankie.  Thirteen months later, we were blessed with Mia. Both full term.

    This will be our 6th year walking in the Lowell March for Babies as Fenochetti Triplets, We have raised over $16,000 for the March of Dimes. If through their research, the March of Dimes is able to prevent another family from experiencing the loss that we experienced, our time and efforts will be worth it. 

    We walk in memory of Colin, William and Liliana who will be forever in our hearts. 

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