Stephanie Davis poses with her two eldest children, Jade and Yamil, in 2010, when the family lived on the Laurel Bay Marine housing community in Beaufort. Davis gave birth to a stillborn daughter, McKayla, in February 2009 while she was living at Laurel Bay.
Stephanie Davis poses with her two eldest children, Jade and Yamil, in 2010, when the family lived on the Laurel Bay Marine housing community in Beaufort. Davis gave birth to a stillborn daughter, McKayla, in February 2009 while she was living at Laurel Bay. Submitted.
Stephanie Davis poses with her two eldest children, Jade and Yamil, in 2010, when the family lived on the Laurel Bay Marine housing community in Beaufort. Davis gave birth to a stillborn daughter, McKayla, in February 2009 while she was living at Laurel Bay. Submitted.

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