12 Weeks Ago My Full Term Little Boy Passed Away.

“We go to earth to learn our lessons
of love and life and fear,
but My mommy loved me so much
I got to come straight here!”

-Caleb was born sleeping March 24, 2012.
I’ll long to have you in my arms and love you forever my son.

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Caleb's Mommy

I lost my baby boy March 24, 2012, at almost 38weeks, due to a nuccal cord accident. I am devistated and heartbroken more then I can express. He was hours away from life! :( He was beautiful and perfect in everyway....such a tragedy! I'll miss and love my little angel Caleb forever and ever. Mommy to Amelia, Cole, Olivia, and Caleb.

  1. <3 I lost my little boy six weeks ago, on May 24th. I was 41 weeks and 5 days pregnant, and was starting labor when he had a cord accident. We were one minute we heard a heartbeat, ten minutes later it was gone, and so was he.

    My heart goes out to you… It is impossible to express the range of emotions. I hope you find peace… I focus on the moments I had with my little boy. Also so perfect, and beautiful… I am blessed he chose me to be his mom… And, so are you and Caleb. Each blessed by each other. <3

  2. My son Angel passed away almost five years ago, I was 30 weeks pregnant.
    I want to let you know it does get easier to cope with but harder to remember every detail of him. Often I close my eyes to remind me of his face and of what I felt holding him in my arms. I am thankful to god that I was able to share my life with him for those weeks and to meet him even if it was for only 30 mins
    I feel for both of you.
    Please stay strong…..

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