While we never held you in our arms, you left a great impression on our lives. You taught us to treasure every moment as a family, you taught us that it is okay to cry in front of our living son and discuss difficult emotions with him, you taught us to lean on family and friends and ask for help when we need it, you taught us the importance of empathy and listening to other people’s experiences, and you taught us to advocate for what is important to us and to advocate for others who may not be ready or able to do so themselves. You changed our lives and you are forever in our hearts.
January 29, 2015
Bilateral Multicystic Dysplastic Kidneys, Oligohydramnios and Potter Syndrome