At 5:30 in the morning of November 9, 2016, Natasha Taylor-Smith crept into her 13-year-old daughter's bedroom.
She picked up her daughter's smartphone, typed "CNN.com" into the browser and saw a large picture of now-President Donald Trump.
Taylor-Smith put down the phone and woke her daughter up.
"As soon as she opened her eyes, she says, 'Did Hillary win?' and I said, 'No,'" Taylor-Smith recalled.
Her daughter gave her a confused look.
"'Donald Trump's going to be our president?" she asked.
"Yes," Taylor-Smith replied.