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June Damey shares first time photo of her baby boy with fans 

Aw. So cute. 

Designer June Damey posted a photo of her baby for the first on social media, this morning.  The photo was accompanied with this caption: 

My heart is bursting with gratitude. 

I'm still trying to absorb the whole thing. 

Thank you Lord for giving us this miracle baby boy 🙏🏾🙏🏾. 

Max Philip Davis 

Born: July 24,2017 

Time: 12:00am 

Weight: 7 pounds 1 oz 

Today is the 25th of August . Max is exactly a month one day old baby. Mama and Daddy are very grateful Max. Without God plan,and faith we wouldn't be holding you today. As rough as this journey has been, it was all worth it to fight for you,to cry for you,to pray for you,and to go through hundreds and hundreds injections for you😂😂😂. You chose me to be your mother and God chose me to be your mother. You're a child we all pray for. May you believe in God and own his miracles. As much as life can be tough,may you learn to be patience,work hard and knowing that,everything always happens for a reason. Don't ever loose hope. And no matter what happens in your life remember,you have our God almighty plus Daddy and Mommy will be here always😊

Thank you everyone for your kindness and love during this time. More specifically, thank God for my hubby DaBoi Shine who helped me through labor and this entire journey. My heart is glad ❤️

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