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The Hernandez Family History
July 13, 2022

Carrie is the sweetest sugar bug that has ever crossed our path. You have shown us love and compassion in every way possible. From the visits to the hospital with sweet surprises for the kids to the thoughtful gifts delivered to our home. You have brought so much joy into our lives and most importantly you have brought endless smiles for our little warrior Nolan and his baby brother Izayah. You are a little ray of sunshine in our journey and your gestures and kindness will never go unnoticed. Any family that gets the opportunity to meet you will forever be blessed with such an amazing supporter and kind hearted mama. We are forever grateful to you for providing us with so much love and support even from a distance. We love you very much and you will forever hold a special place in our hearts ♥ love, The Hernandez Family

So our journey with Carrie started with me asking questions about dental care for Carter. I had been looking for a dental office to take him too, and had seen “Where the SugarBugs Live” on the C4TKs Instagram. From the moment we met Carrie, she’s been nothing short of amazing. She came by with a smile and a hug and dental supplies and toys for Carter. She’s informed us of all kinds of fundraising events, and has continually checked on us for about a year. Carter loves Carrie so much, and so do I. She is so involved in the childhood cancer community, in schools, and making sure kids have the best dental care they can

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Together we are stronger

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