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Thinking of you.. Love your second cuzin breanne.
Breanne Di Virgilio
- Friday, July 29, 2005 at 21:54:51 (EDT)

On January 24th 2005 our baby girl Jaylyn Catherine Reid was born sleeping. She was and still is a beautiful baby weighting 8lbs 15oz. She is missed every day by her mommy, daddy, big sister Paige and her nan's and papa's, aunts and uncles. Unfortunately we have no reason why Jaylyn was taken from us but we are blessed to have had the opportunity.
Amanda
- Tuesday, August 02, 2005 at 15:08:34 (EDT)

Thank you for letting people hear your story. Take care of yourselves.
Amanda
- Tuesday, August 02, 2005 at 15:10:39 (EDT)

Quería contarte que entré en la página creaste sobre Matthew y me pareció muy importante ya que podés difundir lo que te pasó y ayudar otras mamás con tu historia. Prima Gabriela
Gabriela Ronzoni
- Friday, September 02, 2005 at 10:16:01 (EDT)

I lost our fourth child on January 30th of this year. He had a knot in his umbilical cord and I didn't know anything about it until I was in the hospital and they were having a hard time finding his heartbeat. They did an ultrasound and found that he was dead. At first, I didn't know what to think, my husband had already left because we had our three girls with us and we didn't have anyone else to watch them and I was by myself to bear the brunt of this horrible realization that my son was dead. I gave birth to him by myself at 4:35 am on January 30th. I held my son for a while and the nurses were very kind. My doctor was very shocked. He said that his heartbeat was very strong at my prenatal check-up the week before. My doctor was very kind, he didn't sugar-coat anything that happened, and he didn't pretend that the pain didn't exist either. He also made sure that I came back to do a reassesment so that I was perfectly healthy in case we wanted to try again for a child. I'm still a little ambiguous about that, but he said that he would watch very closely this time and we should have a much better outcome. I wish that things could have turned out better, but we have to take things as they come, and its up to us if we let them drag us under. I commend you on having the courage to speak up about what has happened to you and your family. I think Matthew would be proud of you and what you're doing. There is one thing that I have learned for certain: There are no guarantees in life, and you should live each day for yourself first. Because if you take no time for yourself, you won't be able to contribute meaningfully to your family. I had to learn that lesson the hard way. Chrissy
Christine Braithwaite
- Tuesday, September 06, 2005 at 12:12:39 (EDT)

Our son's name was Reuben Lee Braithwaite. Robert hasn't said too much about it. The only thing he has commented on so far is that he doesn't want our reproductive life to end that way. And I agree with that. Our daughters seemed to bounce back fairly quickly. The only one that took it hard was our oldest, Taylor. She would kiss him goodnight before she went to bed.
Christine Braithwaite
- Thursday, September 08, 2005 at 13:01:49 (EDT)

I have just finished reading your story of your beautiful baby boy Matthew, who is now in heaven with the Angels working very hard for you both and his twin Steven. My little boy Michael Ciaran was stillborn Nov. 4th 2004. He died from tersion to the umblical cord. He is with me every waking hour of every day. Thank you for sharing your little boy with me I now know of another little angel who's with my little son. God bless you all.
Kia Morgan
- Tuesday, September 13, 2005 at 15:11:11 (EDT)

hola, soy la mamá de lucianito villalón gonzález, yo perdi a mi bebito a los 10 meses y medio de vida de un cancer de riñon, que se llama rabdoide, la verdad, es que hace poco tiempo, pero la inmensa rabia que tengo contra los medicos de la uti y algunos de oncologia que se creen los dueños de la verdad no se me quita, ya que al igual que en tu caso muchas veces me trataron de alharaca, porque les exigia que atendieran a mi niñito de la forma en que los medicos deben atender a todos sus pacientes, sin importar cuanto dinero o influencias tengan... es por algo que uno se pone en sus manos, pero ellos se cren semidioses y deciden cuando debe comenzar y teminar la vida. Hace tiempo que con mi esposo queremos hacer una www, en memoria de nuestro lucianito, de la misma forma que tu la has hecho para tu matthew (lindo nombre), que me recordo mucho a mi niño lucianito, ya que cuando los médicos de la uti lo dejaron morir y le fueron quitando todos los medicamentos que el requería para vivir, y falleció tuve que llevarlo en mis brazos al velatorio, tapado con la mantita amarilla que lo acompañó desde que nació, estaba frío y palido como tu niño, esto me conmueve hasta hoy... Cuando el nació me devolvieron en dos oportunidades a la casa, eso fue un error, ya que continue con trabajo de parto, pero sin contracciones lo que hizo que tuvieran que sacar a mi lucianito con cesaria, ya que a cada contracción sus latidos bajaban a 50, que habría pasado si yo no hubiera ido a insistir a la matrona para que lo monitoriara, creó que lo mismo que a tu matthew. ahora que mi lucianito no esta con mi esposo queremos tener otro bebé, para eso cambie a mi ginecólogo a un perinatologo, especialista en enfermedades del feto, pero al conocer tu testimonio voy a ser aún mas insistente para que me hagatodas las pruebas que sean necesaria, y si no voy a cambiarlo, ya que como no son los hijos de ellos se deshumanizan y olvidan que detrás de cada uno de esos bebés que traen al mundo y cada bebé que tratan por enfermedades ( que en el caso de lucianito ni siquiera sabemos si nació así) posteriores a su nacimiento, hay una familia que tiene toda la ilusión puesta en estos niños, además de todo el amor para recibirlos. por último te cuento que le tengo una pagina a mi lucianito, www.fotolog.cl/lucianito además queremos formar la fundación luciano villalón, que tendrá como objetivo apoyar a los padres de niños con cancer, ya que cualquiera sea su condición estan muy sólos, ya que los programas y fundaciones se preocupan de los niños y no de sus papás, y menos de los papás en duelo por un hijo fallecido de cáncer. En mi pais existe www.parquememorial.cl, donde uno puede inscribir a sus hijos fallecidos y sus nombres serán puestos en un memorial, quizás te intereses. gracias gabriela gonzález goyenechea chile
gabriela gonzalez
- Tuesday, September 20, 2005 at 14:54:08 (EDT)

I can't believe that this could happen to anyone! I had never even heard of vasa previa before visiting your website.By the time I read the last word of tyour story I was in tears. I can't even begin to imagine what you must have felt that day in January. You've done a tremendous job informing us all of such an awful and heartbreaking condition. If you save even one life with your efforts, you'll have made a big difference. You have touched me greatly with your story. I won't ever forget you.
Michelle
- Tuesday, September 20, 2005 at 19:43:07 (EDT)


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