Julie and Jevon McBride held daughter Juliana at Children’s Mercy Hospital on Jan. 5. Juliana was born 15 weeks premature after the McBrides were involved in a head-on collision on Oct. 7 near their home in Warrensburg, Mo. Almost seven months later, Juliana is largely healthy, and the family will be featured in national materials for the March of Dimes.
Julie and Jevon McBride held daughter Juliana at Children’s Mercy Hospital on Jan. 5. Juliana was born 15 weeks premature after the McBrides were involved in a head-on collision on Oct. 7 near their home in Warrensburg, Mo. Almost seven months later, Juliana is largely healthy, and the family will be featured in national materials for the March of Dimes. Tammy Ljungblad File photo
Julie and Jevon McBride held daughter Juliana at Children’s Mercy Hospital on Jan. 5. Juliana was born 15 weeks premature after the McBrides were involved in a head-on collision on Oct. 7 near their home in Warrensburg, Mo. Almost seven months later, Juliana is largely healthy, and the family will be featured in national materials for the March of Dimes. Tammy Ljungblad File photo

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