As day follows night, I will always miss my little boy. This week, like so many, has been a little strange, for a start I was rushed into the hospital with chest pains and a suspected heart attack, I felt fine but didn’t get to choose to stay at home when the ambulance arrived, the pains was bearable if not a little uncomfortable. In the back of my mind I wasn’t worried, each day I feel the pain of losing George and some days I just don’t want to carry on. Selfishly I felt i
A day for mix emotions as we say a long good bye to a close friend, Sue’bo was more than just a friend, she became part of our family, agreeing to be Sebbie’s God parent. She was there helping us through the darkest of days when we lost George. The loss of her is truly heartbreaking but it has also brought back the feeling of hopelessness we had when George left our side. I originally planned to be at the funeral instead of Sarah, but at the last minute Sarah was asked by Pet
This week has been so hard, on the Monday morning I had a phone call we were dreading, one of our close friends and children’s godmother passed away, she was a wonderful friend and helped us in the darkest of hour when we lost George. This news totally sunk Lizzie, our youngest daughter, she just sobbed and sobbed, it brought back losing baby George and she couldn’t understand why she couldn’t draw Sue a lovely picture and go to see her, with our heart breaking, Sarah let Li
Today we have returned from the trip, a part of me still fell hollow and wishing our little baby boy was with us in body on all our adventures. George is our world and is making us grow stronger each and every day, we may have wobbles along the way and a few tears, but George is our light and give us hope for a better future.