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Pulaski family adjusts to life with special needs baby

6:03 PM, Sep. 27, 2013
Patty and Justin Stepien hold their nearly 3-month-old daughter, Hannah, at their home Monday in Pulaski.
Patty and Justin Stepien hold their nearly 3-month-old daughter, Hannah, at their home Monday in Pulaski.
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Magic happens when 13-week-old Hannah Stepien wiggles her toes during a gentle foot rub.

It means the world to her parents, Patty and Justin Stepien, because it shows the blue-eyed infant is responding to touch. When they talk to their daughter and she smiles back, it gives them hope that her life may be easier than some expected. But, still, they must wait.

"I think this first year is the anticipation of where she's at developmentally," Patty Stepien said. "You're just waiting to see what she can do." ...

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