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March 28, 2003 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-28

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ang o Seven are
Stuart and Julie Zorn,
Craig Bauer, David and
Susie Aisnen Lainie Bauer,
Lila and Steve Zorn, and
Debi and Houman Banooni.

Seven babies in 30 months keeps this
family happy ... and busy!

Special to the Jewish News


tepping into Lila and Steve
Zorn's West Bloomfield home
is to step into chaos. But it's a
wonderful chaos.
Kids are crawling, kids are toddling,
kids are sharing hugs and kisses with
Grandma and "Auntie Juju." One puts
down a bottle and his cousin picks it
up. One decides to stroll a "baby" in a
doll carriage and another young
cousin is right there to "help."
"You have to be flexible in a family
like this," says Lila Zorn, delighted

ringmaster of the brood she calls the
Zorn Zoo. "But they're worth it. The
kids all get along so beautifully. You
hold whoever needs holding; you burp :
whoever needs burping.
"Some women say, 'I -raised my kids
I'm not sitting any more.' I say,
`Thank you, God' a thousand times a
day. I'm the most blessed woman in
the world. I have four fabulous kids
who married four wonderful people
and gave me seven delicious grandchil-
dren. What more could you ask for?
What could be more fun or more
important than these guys?"

THE ZORN ZOO on page





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