Hi Cheryl , thank you for lighting a candle for my Henry . Thinking of you and the loss of your beautiful daughter xx
Hi Cheryl, I had Jorja's pink stones from a funeral director, We just popped in and asked whether they could get them. They were'nt cheap though, but saying that we have had them on Jorja's garden now for almost 3years and they havent faded, so they are worth it.
Hope your keeping well
Hi Cheryl, thank you for lighting a candle for Ruby. I read your page for Livvy and it so was like Ruby's story. All the infections and blood transfusions, the baths and bottle feeds. We used to describe it as the biggest and scariest roller coaster ride in the world! Jamie (my son) and Amy were only 19 when Ruby was born but took it all in their stride and were totally devoted to her. They make me very proud how they have dealt with everything right from the beginning.In the end it was a virus that causes the common cold that took Ruby from us, her immune system was so low and her lungs and heart just couldn't cope anymore. We have nowhere near come to terms with losing her yet, and it's so heartbreaking when we have these beautiful babies for so long and start to believe things are going to be ok but like you and your family at least we had those months with her and have been left with some incredibly special memories.
Much love and hugs, Carol xxx
Cheryl huni, your tribute to Livvy is so beautiful. I am so truely sorry for your loss... my princess was also born at 25 weeks but passed at 3 days old.... in those 3 days, the memories have been imprinted on my mind & in my heart forever. My heart goes out to you & your family, the 9 months Livvy blessed you with, must have left you with such profound memories & feelings.
All my love to you, Shelly xxx
i no how you feel and never does one s missed one ever leave you their ther for the rest of your life my twins have been gone since 1986 and never a day goes when i dont cry or feel sad and i no their here with me i can feel them be strong xshe s lovly