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5:31 AM on November 12, 2017
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4:52 AM on February 26, 2015
Hello Anna! My name is Brad and I'm a police officer in NC, USA. I am 46 years old and I wanted to ask you if I could be a member on your site. I was born with a unilateral cleft lip and a severely deviated septum. Obviously I am not a teen nor a "young" person, but we did not have anything like this when I was growing up and I think what you are doing here is amazing!!! I was hoping that I could provide a little insight to those members about what it is going to be like to age with our slight imperfection. Please let me know what you decide and either way, thanks for what you are doing here. Brad
8:57 PM on March 20, 2014
Hi, I write from Italy. I'm a 8 years old boy's mother who born with cleft lip and cleft palate. I like your idea! Great! Kisses from Italy!!! Sabrina & Diego
12:36 AM on January 29, 2014
I as born with a cleft lip & palate. I received my first surgery in Guatemala where I was born I am blessed I got adopted at 2years old .
11:44 PM on January 8, 2014
I don't exactly know what brought me to this website. All I can say is that my life has been tough, and I think that goes for all of us. I've never met or spoken to anyone else like me. I guess I'm just looking for understanding. This site was a very nice idea. If anyone would like to talk, my email address is
7:16 PM on December 29, 2013
Hiii all!! I'm new to this so thought I'd say hey .... I was born with cleft lip & palate unilateral complete & I live in the UK. I joined this so I could talk to other people like myself. So feel free to message me
2:06 AM on December 3, 2013
Ah well hey. I was born with a cleft lip and palate bilateral. I am 15 and live in New Zealand. I have recently had major surgery on my lips and nose. I do netball, hockey, touch, running and I gym! Im down to earth and a generally happy person who loves to laugh. I really want to be able to talk to someone who knows what this is like. My family and friends don't really understand and its getting harder and harder lately I guess. My email is
if anyone ever wants to talk because it would be much appreciated.
10:18 PM on August 9, 2013
Hi, this is my first post to this website. 16 years ago I was born with a cleft lip and palate. I have had 8 surgeries (2 surgeries for other reasons) at Seattle Children's and I hopefully will have my last surgery after I graduate for a double jaw alignment surgery. I am the 2nd bass clarinet in my high school's Wind Ensemble, a tennis player on one of their tennis teams, and play clarinet in their marching band. I feel that the challenges I have went through has made me the person who I am today. Through all the negatives, I want to have a positive outlook on life. I do not want my challenges to get in the way of me being outgoing and meeting new people.