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East Texas family pregnant after losing child at age three

The Davis Family is expecting. (Source: KLTV Staff) The Davis Family is expecting. (Source: KLTV Staff)
Haven Grace Davis died at age 3 of a heart condition. (Source: KLTV Staff) Haven Grace Davis died at age 3 of a heart condition. (Source: KLTV Staff)
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

An East Texas family, who lost a child several years ago, has been through many trials in trying to have another baby.

Baby Haven Grace Davis died at the age of three and a half after a heart issue took her life. A Facebook page set up to remember the little girl has nearly seven thousand likes. Her parents, Brandon and Lacy Davis, have been trying to get pregnant ever since.

They chose Sunday to make the big announcement that they are expecting, at their church where many members had come to their aid during the death of Haven Grace.

The couple doesn't know how many babies they are expecting, or what the sex is. They used IVF treatments and are looking forward to finding out what they are having at an appointment next week.

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