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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

A Winter Park woman says she found an image of Jesus in her baby's dirty diaper

Posted By on Wed, May 18, 2016 at 11:47 AM

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Winter Park resident Katy Vazquez recently posted a photo of her baby's dirty diaper to Facebook, claiming the child's poo stain is a sign from God. 

The post, which has been shared over 4 thousands times, shows exactly what you think it does, a dirty diaper with a shart mark that sort of looks like a cross. 



“Sometimes in our busy, crazy, hectic lives, we forget how wonderful our God is,” Vazquez said in her post. “Today I feel as though he sent me a sign. Saying everything will be okay. I’m right here by your side.”

“This sign came in the oddest form. My babies poop,” Vazquez continued. “I went to change his diaper, and he pooped a cross. It might not be the prettiest sign, but he put it where he knew I’d see it. In my babies diaper. Lol. Hard to miss what’s right there in front of you.”

As one commenter has already pointed out, "Holy Shit!!!" 


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