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#176 erindiv

Posted 14 January 2009 - 01:59 PM

I just wanted to post and say I read the stories of all the angels here, and I greatly admire all of you who have been through such a sad time. You are the bravest people I can imagine.

Edited by erindiv, 14 January 2009 - 02:00 PM.

#177 SmallDarkHandsome

Posted 12 February 2009 - 10:14 AM

For our two much loved and much wanted little ones, lost in the first trimester in November 2008 and February 2009 sad.gif

I'm so so sorry for everyone's losses.

#178 Sarie

Posted 05 March 2009 - 11:22 AM

My beautiful boy Logan was stillborn at 24w1d on 6th October 2004 due to placental abruption, he was 680g and 32cm, very much missed, 6 week miscarriage on March 23rd 2005, Incomplete miscarriage and D&C at 6w3d in June 2005 and miscarriage of twins in September 2008 at 9 weeks sad.gif

Edited by Miracles, 05 March 2009 - 11:44 AM.

#179 ~mrs84~

Posted 11 March 2009 - 01:46 PM

Firstly i want to say that i am sorry for all your losses. I am sure that all our babies are watching over us from heaven.

I fell pregnant in Aug 08 and couldn't ever shake this horrible feeling about my pregnancy. I had a few early bleeds in the pregnancy but managed to make it to 16wks when my ob gave me an ultrasound and confirmed everything was going great guns. A week later i still couldn't shake that horrible feeling and told my DH that i didn't feel we were going to get our baby at the end of this.
In Dec 08 we went for our 18-20wk ultrasound and were given the bad news that our little baby had chromosomal anomalies as well as a cystic hygroma, a dilated cerebral ventricle and fetal hydrops. We had to make the heartbreaking decision to terminate our pregnancy. Our little baby was born 2 days later on the 17th Dec 08 at 19.4wks. We were unable to find out the sex of our baby due to severe swelling but decided to name our baby Charlie and always believed it was a gir.
10wks later we got our chromosomal results back and learned that Charlie had Turner's Syndrome and was infact a little girl.

My heart is still breaking but i know that my little girl is somewhere more beautiful then i could ever imagine.
Fly free Charlie baby.

#180 mother-of-4

Posted 23 May 2009 - 12:32 AM



I have just read all the tributes to babies/children that asre now angels and how wonderful that these beautiful babies are remembered.

I have an angel baby, I call him "Nathan Daniel", he was due to be born 12 April 1985 with his twin brother "Brenton Eugene" but he became an angel in Nov 1985. Brenton is now 24 and due to be married soon and I think of what my "Nathan Daniel" might be doing if God had not decided he needed a special angel.

Love to all the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and grandparents that have missed out on giving love to the special little ones

Bateau Bay



I have just read all the tributes to babies/children that are now angels and how wonderful that these beautiful babies are remembered.

I have an angel baby, I call him "Nathan Daniel", he was due to be born 12 April 1985 with his twin brother "Brenton Eugene" but he became an angel in Nov 1985. Brenton is now 24 and due to be married soon and I think of what my "Nathan Daniel" might be doing if God had not decided he needed a special angel.

Love to all the mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and grandparents that have missed out on giving love to the special little ones

Bateau Bay

#181 Lys

Posted 28 July 2009 - 10:19 PM

I'd like to add my beautiful son Luke, born 3rd Dec 08 and died on the 12th May 09 aged 5 months.

Luke taught us the joy of relishing all the small things, and that sometimes love really is enough! Luke had Trisomy 13, so we knew he wouldnt be here a long time. So we made the most of every second. We never wished away a moment of Luke's life, and never grumbled about a middle of the night feed. He was indeed the light of our lives, and is dearly missed.

Dearest Lukey- we only held you in our arms for such a short time- but we'll hold you in our heart forever :-)

#182 Melissa4444

Posted 18 August 2009 - 11:05 AM

I've no idea how I missed this, Lys.  I can't tell you how sorry I am that you've lost Luke, I can't imagine your grief.

I don't know what else to say, but that I'm sorry. :-(

How are you travelling now, a few months on? I know it can be hard after a little while when everyone goes back to 'normal', because that normal will never exist for you again.

Do you still have support?

#183 evanesco

Posted 26 August 2009 - 10:34 PM

I would like to add my first born Ryan.
He was born at 24+4 weeks, and was with us for 3 short, but beautiful days.

We miss you so much, you have changed our lives forever.

#184 ..::mama::..

Posted 17 November 2009 - 05:53 AM

I'd like to add my twin girls, Jasmine Christine and Amelie Janis stillborn at 19w3d on 13 November 2008 due to twin to twin transfusion syndrome.

It was one year on last Friday and I still miss you like it happened yesterday...today is the anniversary of your funeral. Your spirits will always be in my heart... I love you.

#185 adelaryln

Posted 17 November 2009 - 11:02 AM

I can't stop crying reading this post.

I'd like to add my little boy harry. we lost him at 16weeks gestation on 3rd july 2009.
No reason is given despite extensive tests on him and me. we've buried him in a half wine barrel and planted a rose over him which flowered beautifully.

#186 Guest_kalita_*

Posted 28 January 2010 - 10:46 AM

This thread is heartbreaking. I've seen it pinned for a long time but didn't have to strength to come in and read it.

I am ready to add my little girl:

Claire Ashley, stillborn 10/6/2009, at 38 weeks.

#187 SJ2571

Posted 28 January 2010 - 10:56 AM

In remembrance of my beautiful IVF Identical twin boys Shane & Joshua born at 22w4d on 25th July 2001 at home (Shane) and in the ambulance (Joshua) due to twin to twin transfusion syndrome.  Shane I will always remember your sweet soft little cry, he lived for 46mins.  Joshua lived for 5mins.  I missed you both and you both so very much.

Love Mummy

#188 WarriorWoman

Posted 28 January 2010 - 11:30 AM

In loving memory of our beautiful baby boy Max born sleeping at 18 weeks 10th September 2008.

Always Loved Never Forgotten

#189 poppess

Posted 18 April 2010 - 08:14 PM

In memory of our beautiful angel Veronica Margaret, born sleeping 10th Dec 2009. She will be forever loved and missed more than words can say.

Edited by poppess, 18 April 2010 - 08:15 PM.

#190 ~Panda~

Posted 13 August 2010 - 12:06 AM

I would like to send my love to all the women here and their lost precious babies.

I think about you all, my 5 lost babies, everyday. Each one of you are so important to me. I imagine what I would be doing with you all now, how your daddy and I would just show you all off and gloat about how wonderful and precious you are.

Love always,

Your mummy.

I can't help but cry when writing this sad.gif

#191 DragonsGrace

Posted 01 December 2010 - 04:49 PM

Reilly grew wings at 6wks gestation October 2007

Quinn grew wings at 12wks gestation May 2010

Mackenzie grew wings at 8 wks gestation November 2010

Watch over us my darlings and take care of each other 'til we all meet again.


#192 blessina

Posted 21 April 2011 - 08:12 PM

Always remembering my lost babies

Miscarriage at 8 wks - Feb 2004
Miscarriage at 7 wks - May 2004
Miscarriage at 7 wks - Feb 2005
Miscarriage at 7 wks - Sept 2005
Miscarriage at 9 wks - Aug 2009
Miscarriage at 6 wks - Dec 2009
Miscarriage (Twins) at 6 wks - Feb 2010
Miscarriage at 5 wks - April 2010
Late miscarriage at 17 wks - Oct 2010

Wishing, and remembering

#193 blessina

Posted 21 April 2011 - 08:12 PM

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Edited by blessina, 21 April 2011 - 08:12 PM.

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