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William "Andy" and Jamie Anderson of Oak Grove lost their first son, Liam, when he died during childbirth in 2009. The couple left the hospital with a care package full of priceless mementos that helped them heal. Now they are helping others cope with the loss of a child by making similar care packages and delivering them to Kansas City-area hospitals. They call their project "Liam's Gift." Jill Toyoshiba and Sarah Gish. The Kansas City Star

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