I considered myself so lucky to have a mother who is very patient and so protective. My brother and I remembered how she took care of us unselfishly. She is a single mom and raised us without the support of my father. Life was really hard but we managed to survive with endurance and faith of God. I was so young when my mother lost her job because of bankruptcy. Since then, we started living in apartments and constantly moving from one place to the other. When I finished my University, I was lucky enough to have a permanent job and it augment our life situation. After two years, I surprised her with the property I bought and she was so happy to live in an uptown environment overlooking our city proper. That was gratifying and the greatest gift I gave to my mother. Mothers Day is fast approaching and I thought to give something more gratifying than material things for my brothers family this time. I heard about Cryo-Cell U-Cord at cryo-cell.com and it is a gift of life that everyone of us should consider giving specially on Mothers Day. This company has been in the business since 1992 and has helped more than 175,000 families worldwide in preserving newborn's umbilical cord blood. What good does Cryo-cell u-cord do then? It can treat more than 70 diseases and that is the greatest investment we can give to a family as a gift. If you are interested, call them at 1-866-524-7516 or visit the Website for more information.
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