Bill Modica thought he and his wife would take in a Trenton Thunder game and forget the stresses of life for a little while, the biggest of which being that his daughter was halfway around the world have spent the last nine months in Afghanistan. Only New Jersey National Guard Sgt. Ellen Modica wasn't there anymore.
Two year old Kayden Kinckle was born with Omhalocele, which is a very rare birth defect where the organs remain outside the abdominal wall. He had to undergo two abdominal surgeries and had to have his right foot and left leg amputated. Long before all that, the doctors had advised the family to terminate the pregnancy but they wouldn't have any of that.
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