Abigaille Nicole Giamporcaro was born on March 19, 1997 on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The doctors informed us that she had a heart murmur and would possibly need surgery, but they were allowing her time to grow in hopes that her heart would become stronger. We were told to wait a month, and her heart did get stronger…and she and her family (father, mother, and brother Zachary) moved to Okinawa Japan.
Due to her heart murmur she was not allowed to eat chocolate or have caffeine drinks. Even after she no longer had to go to the cardiologist, she decided to stay away from caffeine and chocolate. She wanted to take care of her heart
She loved music, dancing, drawing, painting, creating stories, eating with her fingers, making messes, climbing trees, and laughing. She loved riding bikes, swimming, and hanging out with her friends. She had fun playing SIMS. She played that game for hours and hours, creating wonderful homes for imaginary families.
She wanted to be an interior designer, and she was excited because she knew that there was an Art Institute in Novi, MI and Chicago, IL.
Abigaille had many friends who loved her smile and infectious laughter…she will be missed everyday, and loved always.