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Published October 03, 2010, 12:00 AM

Photo gallery: Little Miracles [daily life]


Hope Levos performs volleyball drills with her team prior to a game Sept. 21 in Casselton, N.D. Hope weighed just 15.6 ounces at birth. Now 13, she is a seventh grader at Central Cass. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

  • Hope Levos performs volleyball drills with her team prior to a game Sept. 21 in Casselton, N.D. Hope weighed just 15.6 ounces at birth. Now 13, she is a seventh grader at Central Cass. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • A humorous welcome stone greets visitors to the Christoffer home in south Moorhead. David Samson/The Forum
  • Collette Christoffer helps her daughter, Alyssa, with homework at their home in Moorhead. David Samson/The Forum
  • A daily chore chart hangs on the bulletin board in the Christoffer home. David Samson/The Forum
  • Bethany Christoffer plays with her gerbil named Max while her older sister Emily pays her a visit. David Samson/The Forum
  • Jacob Christoffer practices piano as part of his daily routine at home in Moorhead. David Samson/The Forum
  • The Christoffer household bustles with activity as the children get home from school on a typical day. The children, from left, Jacob, Bethany, Alyssa and Kevin do their homework while their mother, Collette, keeps them on the task at hand. David Samson/The Forum
  • Greta Tanquist spent the first year of her life in the NICU at Innovis Health. She is now a "sassy" four-year-old, her mom says. Special to The Forum
  • Greta Tangquist needed round-the-clock nursing care in her Moorhead home after spending her first year in the NICU. Now she dresses up like a doctor. Special to The Forum
  • The Jensen quads from Ogema, Minn., turned 2 in August. Here they are seen in May 2010, from left, Avery, Kade, Hoyt and Taelyn. Special to The Forum
  • Callie Medders, almost 3, hugs a stuffed green frog while playing with her dad, Jason. Her mom, Kelli, holds Callie's new sister, Sadie. Sherri Richards / The Forum