How did these six miracles come to be? Rozonno and Mia were both raised by single mothers in a crime-ridden, low-income Ohio community. Rozonno says his mom was on drugs for 19 years. "One day I walked in the room, [my mother] was reading the Bible, and she was also smoking crack," Rozonno says.
Growing up, Mia says her mother was on welfare, and her two older brothers were caught up in criminal activity. "[My brothers] didn't make it out," she says.
Mia and Rozonno's lives changed when they started dating in high school. "I used to see her walking down the hallway, and she always held books in her hands like she was on a mission," Rozonno says. "I knew that she was my wife."
They got married when they were only 18 and 19 years old and were determined to create the family they never had. "Since I didn't have a father, I've always wanted my children to have a father," Mia says. "I wanted, of course, to graduate from high school, go to college, get married."
After establishing their careers and buying a home, Rozonno and Mia started trying to have a baby.