A few weekends ago, at my best friend’s baby shower, Miles was dressed to impress! His new little girlfriend was born only a week ago, and we can not wait to meet her! As a group of us were talking and laughing about our kids, Miles started to join in too! When he smiled, one of the girls noticed the dimple on his right cheek. When he was born, we noticed his cute little dimple, but have no idea where he got it from. Neither my husband or I have dimples, so I mentioned his cute little dimple to another mom whose baby also had Trisomy 13 when we met up for a lunch date. Her rainbow baby boy also has 1 dimple on his cheek, and no one else in her family has dimples! When she went home, she had to investigate how our little boy both have a single dimple. She found there is an old wives tale that says, “A dimple comes from the kiss of an angel before leaving Heaven.” When I shared this with the girls at the shower, one of my really good friends started to cry. It is nice to know that my husband and I aren’t the only people who still grieve over Sephora. Before my labor with Miles started, Chris and I looked up to the Heavens and told Sephora she’s had enough time playing with her baby brother. It was time to give him a hug and a kiss, and send him down to Earth from Heaven. She certainly listened! Now her kiss has left a permanent mark on Miles’ little cheek for us to see her every day through her baby brother’s beautiful smile! Today, I remember our precious little Sephora and give Miles’ right cheek a few extra kisses.