I cried and cried reading this. My heart aches for you and your family. I am praying for you all :(
This is not fair at all :( I am so unbelievably sorry for your loss. She is so beautiful, precious, amazing. My heart is breaking for you and your family. Please know that there are so many people praying for you and I will continue to. So sorry :(
I'm so sorry for your loss. She's adorable. I can only imagine how heartbreaking it must be. :(
I went ahead and snooped your other pictures of your darling angel...I am so sorry sweetheart, I will never understand why SIDS claims so many children who had the most amazing parents, my heart aches for you my dear, I cannot imagine your pain. My prayers and thoughts are with you, I am so incredibly sorry :cry:
I'm so sorry.. I can't even imagine..
I'm so sorry for your loss momma.
R.I.P beautiful baby girl.
Your story made me cry my eyes out. My heart goees out to you and yours.
Best of luck.
I'm so so sorry for your loss, i cried so much reading your story, no mother should ever have to go through that, your little angel is beautiful <3
your story broke my heart. i cant even imagine your pain. sorry for your loss.
I'm so sorry. I burst into tears looking through your Facebook stuff. Best wishes to you and your family.
SO incredibly sorry for your loss, such a beautiful baby girl. May you find peace and love with family and friends.
I am soo soo sorry. I cried reading this and hugged my sons. I will keep you in my prayers.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know e exactly how you feel I lost my daughter on December 4th to sids. It's the worst thing in the world and no parents should ever have to lose their baby. If you need to or want to talk plead pm me.
I am sorry for your loss. I was 20 when I lost my baby girl to "interrupted SIDS" meaning when my husband found her and the paramedics came she was in v-fib so her heart was quivering, but technically still alive. They did CPR for about an hour before they got a pulse on her, but she couldn't breathe on her own because she had gone too long with out oxygen and though she wasn't brain dead, she was very close to it. She had 1 reflex left and after 60 hrs in the NICU her brain started to hemorrhage. We made the decision to take her off of life support after extensive talking with the doctor. She would never wake up, if she made it through the next day she would probably live, but she'd be in a coma forever, always having surgery and I would never have my baby girl back.
A decision I never wanted to make, especially at the age of 20. It doesn't help with the police investigation afterward making you feel like you killed your child. And with how long it takes to get the death certificate you're left wondering if it really was you. Almost a year later, the image of me rushing through the front door to see my baby naked on the living room floor receiving CPR white as a sheet, will always be in my head.