Darlene Deschamp with daughter Vanessa at Deschamp's wedding in April. Vanessa loved the blue dress she wore so much that Deschamp buried her daughter in it.
Darlene Deschamp with daughter Vanessa at Deschamp's wedding in April. Vanessa loved the blue dress she wore so much that Deschamp buried her daughter in it. Courtesy of Darlene Deschamp
Darlene Deschamp with daughter Vanessa at Deschamp's wedding in April. Vanessa loved the blue dress she wore so much that Deschamp buried her daughter in it. Courtesy of Darlene Deschamp

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