"I want her to know I love her, so I say it over and over," says Tamara Hicks, with daughter Skylar. "I sing 'Mommy's on the bus, and I love you' because I know she understands that."
"I want her to know I love her, so I say it over and over," says Tamara Hicks, with daughter Skylar. "I sing 'Mommy's on the bus, and I love you' because I know she understands that." mschultz@newsobserver.com
"I want her to know I love her, so I say it over and over," says Tamara Hicks, with daughter Skylar. "I sing 'Mommy's on the bus, and I love you' because I know she understands that." mschultz@newsobserver.com

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