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Cradled baby’s feet convey love to teens at Excelsior

When teens visit Ryan Kiely in his office at Excelsior, many notice a close-up photo of him cradling his baby daughter’s feet lovingly in his hands.

He has the photo there as an opportunity to remind them that they are worthy of being loved unconditionally, as he continues to love his now five-year-old daughter.

Those who did not experience the love they wanted from their families still connect to the picture. It’s still communicates they are worthy of love and respect.

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