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Tenn. bride attaches newborn daughter to dress for walk down aisle

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Shona Carter-Brooks attached her infant daughter to the train of her dress during her recent wedding. (Courtesy: Twitter.com) Shona Carter-Brooks attached her infant daughter to the train of her dress during her recent wedding. (Courtesy: Twitter.com)
JACKSON, Tenn. - A Tennessee bride is under fire after she attached her one-month-old daughter to the train of her wedding dress and dragged the baby down the aisle.

According to Clarksville Now, it appeared as if Shona Carter-Brooks’ extravagant gown was altered to accommodate the baby.

Carter-Brooks has since taken to her Facebook page after being criticized for her actions.

“…People questioning what we do, commenting all negative and just doing the most. We [are] good though, we covered by the Blood which never loose [sic] power. … The answer is we do what we want when we want long as Jesus on our side everything worked out fine and gone continue to be fine. Our one-month-old was awake and well secured on my train. Most important while y’all got [your] feelings in us, we had our hearts in Christ which covers all!”

The baby appeared unharmed during her walk down the aisle.

Carter-Brooks’ wedding took place over the weekend in Ripley, Tennessee, about 170 miles west of Nashville.
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