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Elizabeth Snell


Elisabeth Snell is a retired agent, homeschooling mother of three, including a baby who survived the ICU, and the wife of fairytale surrealist artist, Cliff Snell III, whose Facebook fan page is checked weekly by more than 37,000 people from all over the world.

The Snells look forward with hope and prayers to Baby #4’s arrival in December. This article is adapted with permission from a post that originally appeared on Elisabeth’s family blog, LoveInATinRoofCottage.com.


Homeschooling Articles by Elizabeth Snell

How to Protect Your Baby in the ICU Good advice to help your little one survive the intensive care experience.

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