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One Year Later: How Sierra Guyton's family is coping with her tragic death

Onjuan Guyton Sr. is still coming to terms with losing his baby girl.

\"It'll never be the same, but we coping with it, everything's getting better.\"

It's the little things he misses. Ten-year-old Sierra was happy, loved learning, and as the middle child was often the center of friendly sibling feuds.

\"She'd come to school and take over the TV and then we'd start arguing,” Sierra's 13-year-old sister Kiara said.

Her 9-year-old younger brother Onjuan Jr. added, \"Sometimes she'd usually be beating me up, and then I'd go usually tell.\"

But then it hits again that she's gone Sierra's brother and sister still attend the school where she was shot, the memory haunts them.

\"I try not to think about it, but sometimes when I do think about it, I hear the sounds in my head, and I just look away and walk away,\" Kiara said.

\"I used to be scared, but sometimes I'm not if you don't think about it,\" Onjuan Jr. added.

However, just when times got really dark, there is a glimmer of hope. Sierra's parents found out there are expecting a baby again in the fall. The family can't help but think that this is a special blessing from their angel.

\"Hopefully that's God letting us know that our angel is back with us and she's home,\" Onjuan Sr, said.

The family is waiting to find out the sex of the baby. Big brother and sister say they're so excited and are split on whether it'll be a boy or a girl.

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