Erica Raine Pritchard, The baby on the train. PT 2
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I looked up at the blond haired woman who had tears rolling down her face. She gave me a small but sweet smile.
I sat there with the baby girl in my arms, rocking her as she cooed in her sleep.
Rock-a-bye baby, Do not you fear. Never mind baby, for I am here.
After what seemed like hours of sitting there on the dead grass with the gorgeous little baby girl, I took her home.
My husband, Stirling and I chose her birthdate. Her birthdate is the “Third of March, 1944.”
That night, my husband, two daughters, three sons and I gave her a name and a birth date.
While eating dinner, my three sons, Kolten, Fonso and Rosston chose her first name. My two daughters, Margo and Zelda chose her middle name.
The gorgeous little girl was given the name ‘Erica Raine Pritchard.’ Her name has meaning and strength. Erica means ‘Ever-Powerful’ Raine meaning ‘Queen’ and Pritchard being our family name.
That was the story about Erica Raine Pritchard, the baby on the train.
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