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Dan Baron's Validation with his son Mitchell through Daisy Mae Moore

Dan Baron's Validation with his son Mitchell through Daisy Mae Moore

  • Posted
    • Jul
    • 20
    • 2023
by Elizabeth Boisson

Clockwise from left: Mitchell and his chicken, Puff the Magic Dragon Birthday Card, Daisy Mae Moore, the three paintings near the couch.

As you requested, I wanted to reach out to you and let you know that we too got a validation on the June 20th reading by Daisy Mae Moore the same as Elizabeth got with Morgan. 

In her last reading, she started off by saying someone has a joke about a dragon that is breathing fire.  I immediately thought of the card above that I received on June 10th for my birthday from a friend on Facebook ( she sent it a day late, my actual birthday is June 9th ). A couple of days before the 20th, our family was also having a discussion about, Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. Honestly, I don’t remember how the subject came up, but we were all talking about Loch Ness.  

The importance of October and February that Daisy brought up, Mitchell was really close with my father, his grandfather, who passed two weeks before Mitchell did. My dad’s birthday is in October.  Our other son’s birthday is in February.  

Regarding the letter “J” that Daisy referred to, Mitchell loved the letter “J”.  He loved the letter so much, we had a letter “J” carved and painted silver for him by a friend when Mitchell was just a boy.  About a year before we lost him, Mitchell wanted us all to start calling him “Johnny or John”  It got hard to always remember to call him John or Johnny all the time, so he finally said, ‘You can just keep calling me, Mitchell.’  

In addition, Mitchell was born on 1/11/01, so when Daisy said that there is something important about the year 2001, it also made me think of him.  Mitchell’s passing was unexpected, but in our families heart of hearts, we all worried that it was going to happen. 

Regarding the couch with the pillows, Mitchell used to stay on the couch and also play his piano in the family room.  We also have three paintings in the room (attached above).  Lastly, we don’t have a parrot, but Mitchell had chickens. In the same family room, we have a picture of him that sits on his piano as a boy holding his pet chicken, Ellie (attached).  It’s amazing that so many parents had a connection for the same reading, especially, connecting with a dragon, parrot, etc… This is called piggybacking, right?  Thank you again for all that you do. 

~Mitchell's father, Dan Baron

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