Tiny Dog Saves Sleeping Mother And Nine Children From House Fire.
The black crossbreed was a tiny pooch, who was rarely rowdy. But this time, he simply wouldn’t shut up. He kept running around barking constantly. She noticed he was going back and forth between herself and the dark open area of the house. A part of her wanted to thank him for totally disrupting her otherwise silent night. But she had no idea how fateful the evening would turn out.
The 32-year-old mother only had to worry about tucking her middle kids into their beds. The older kids had already turned in for the night. Now, all she had to do was put her toddler and newborn to sleep before she could lay her weary body to rest in bed. But this cold evening was about to take an unusual twist that she simply couldn’t ignore any longer.
It was a full house inside the Fullmer residence. 32-year-old Angela had to contend with Landon, 12, Alexander, 10, Jadzia, 9, Ronan, 7, Inara, 6, Mezoti, 5, Khaleesi, 3, Mordecai, 20 months, and Atreyu, now 5 months. The kids’ dad, Isaac Fullmer, works as a full-time long-distance truck driver. Since he’s on the road all the time, Angela has to manage the kids all by herself.
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Being a great dad isn’t something you’re born with. It’s the kind of thing you learn, and it requires patience, generosity, and a whole lot of loving. But there’s one thing you can’t get around and that’s spending time with your kids. But when you’re the main breadwinner, you have to go out and make certain sacrifices, and that’s when you need a partner who can be there for the kids when you can’t be.
It’s A Hectic Life
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Angela’s long day started by driving her kids to different schools, and eventually picking them up. In between that time, she heads back to the “stay at homers” as she affectionally calls her 4 youngest kids. Then she studies to finish her 4-year degree at Mercy College of Health Sciences in Student Affairs. Angela and Isaac did their best for the well-being of their family.
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