"We are so tired. We are tired of sleepless and tearful nights. We are tired of missing our girls. We are tired of needing to explain the backstory every time we tell someone how many children we have, and tired of even needing to figure out what number to give in the first place."
Despite the constant tears, they have chosen to move forward with their lives, including Brenda giving birth to a son in April. They take solace in the faith they have that their family will one day be reunited.
"We do know we will be able to see and be with Rebecca and Rachel again," Nathan Toone said. "This knowledge and assurance is the single thing that has allowed us to heal as much as we have thus far."
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