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Brook Chelmo and his baby Aria, who has struggled through multiple problems, but has also made amazing progress in just a few months. (Brian Basham/DL Newspapers)

Rough start for baby Aria

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It started out as a love story, but it's turning out to be a heartbreaking tale.

"After college," Joyce Chelmo explained of her son, Brook, "he moved to Japan doing missionary work and teaching conversational English."

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