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Benefit for Kruse family to be held in Lake Wilson

By: JoAnn Biren, staff writer

June 12, 2013

	The now one year old Abel Kruse born with Hydrocephalus 
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The now one year old Abel Kruse born with Hydrocephalus
Abel surprised everyone! “He came out screaming. He was mad!” Amy said with a big smile. “I looked at Joel and said, 'I'm the only woman here aren't I' so convinced that there had to be another baby crying.”
The drive into the Kruse farmsite is idyllic. Roosters are crowing, goats are grazing, everything is spring green and there is a little boy playing outside. A little boy who looks like he enjoys every minute he spends in the outdoors. He does.

The little boy's name is Tyler. He is three-years old and the son of Joel and Amy Kruse of rural Lake Wilson. He likes being outside so much that his father will have a hard time cajoling him into joining the family...indoors. “His birth mother said she picked us because she could see by photos that we loved the outdoors and she knew her son was going to love the outdoors too!” Amy said of her fearless three -year old.

Tyler is a typical big brother who watches out for his baby brother Abel. “At supper time Abel can be cranky and Tyler will help out when I 'm getting supper ready. He'll say to me, 'Mom, I've got this,' as he talks to Abel.”

Younger brother Abel is one year old. He is in the house and a miracle himself.

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