SUPERIOR - A Superior family that's suffered heartbreaking loss is about to get a fresh start thanks to Habitat For Humanity. The Christianson's family of seven became a family of six.
Last year after Heather Christianson gave birth to twins she and her family lost one of them at six months old to SIDS.
That's when they decided to start looking for a home, but found they couldn't afford one.
A friend then mentioned the community organization that's offered them this incredible blessing.
"It's pretty amazing, just not even them, I mean there's been, we've met so many people and the community itself, lots of businesses, we've made a lot of friends throughout this process and made just a lot of bonds with volunteers and without habitat for humanity this wouldn't be possible," said Heather.
Heather also says her kids are now looking forward to moving into to their new rooms personalized with their favorite colors and she's most excited about the feeling of owning a new home after years of renting.
After Saturday's dedication of the Christianson's new home the Harbor City Roller Dames hosted a benefit at night to cover the cost of flooring for the new home.