My one year old angel

by Jessica
(Natchitoches, La)

this is me and my angel on easter

this is me and my angel on easter

On Christmas day of 2012, I lost my beautiful baby girl. She had just turned a year on the 7 of December. The doctors didn't see anything wrong with her until a cat scan was done and they found a tumor pushing on her brain. She lasted about 9 more hours before she was completely brain dead. I took my little angel everywhere with me. She was my sole reason for waking up everyday. I'm not sure how to cope with this, I've tried counceling and meds . Nothing is easing the pain. Today makes three months and I feel like Im dying everyday. Please any advice would help. Please.

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Mar 27, 2013
My one year old angel
by: Doreen U.K.

Jessica I am sorry for your loss of your baby girl. I am surprised that counselling didn't work for you. Perhaps you got the wrong counsellor, or you didn't have enough sessions to benefit you. Most people who lose a child need this support in order to lessen the pain of grief. Grief has a process. TIME AND LOTS OF TEARS. Grief doesn't happen all at once. It comes in stages. It does help if you can talk and talk about how you feel and what this loss has done to you. You can also keep a journal and write in this each time you need to so that you get out of your system HOW YOU FEEL NOW. You need to give expression to your loss and feelings. Good supportive family and friends are also a great help to get you through this loss.

Mar 26, 2013
I pray for you
by: Anonymous

Jessica, I'm so sad for you. I have no idea what it feels like to lose a child but I sure know what it feels like to lose someone who I loved dearly. I lost my brother about a month ago and I miss him. Oh sweetie there are no words that I can say to make you feel better other than you will be in my prayers.


Mar 26, 2013
by: Anonymous

I am so sorry for the loss of your little girl. I can't imagine your pain. I'm not a grief counselor, I'm just someone going through the process, but I know this: you have to cry. There's no other way to get through this. They tell me the more you let it out, the less you have sitting in your heart, bogging it down. So, cry. For me, drugs just slow down the process. I am sad. I want to cry. So I do. Please find a support group and/or someone who will just let you talk. Our lives will always be touched by our tragedy,but we won't live it over and over. My prayers and heart go out for you. I hope you find peace and that your heart will begin to heal soon.

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