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TashM

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About TashM

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Ireland
  • Loss Type
    Loss of my daughter
  • Angel Date
    20/02/17
  1. Loss of an Adult Child

    Does it ever get easier? I feel like my life is over. She was my world. I woke up this morning and I'd forgotten. My husband thought he heard her in her cot and was half way out of bed to get her before it all came crashing down again.
  2. Loss of an Adult Child

    Ericasmom, I'm so sorry that any of us have to meet this way. Thank you for your kind words. I'm desperate to connect with people who understand. Before this happened it was my worse nightmare - now that it has it is so unimaginably painful, even my worse nightmare didn't get close. Juno was so special, she wasn't a bit of trouble from the moment she was born. She was so loving and full of laughter. She was always doing stuff to make me and her dad and her big sister laugh. She would light up a room. Everybody who met her was just enchanted with her - she was magical. What a waste of perfect life. I would trade places with her in a heart beat. Juno had a temperature last Sunday night and we gave her some medicine and put her to bed. She never woke again. I didn't check on her that night and I will never forgive myself. Maybe I could have saved her. Juno and I had such a bond - she was my mini me. I told her all my secrets. She was also so pleasant - she never said no, her initial response to anything was yes. She was so easy going. I don't know how to be there for my older daughter. She's 6 and she just wants to get back to normal but I'm falling apart in front of her. We're also having another baby, it's early so it is supposed to be a secret. The only person I had told was Juno! And now it's the last thing I want. How will I ever look after another baby after losing my precious little girl. Life is so awful.
  3. Loss of an Adult Child

    Hi Everybody, my beautiful daughter Juno has just passed away. She was the most special little girl, she was 21 months old and just never woke up. I am utterly devastated by her loss and part of me still can't believe it is true. I don't know where I will find the strength to go on. I just want to be with her now. I am so worried she is scared or lonely or in pain and she needs her mommy. How do people get through this?
  4. Thank you Tommy's mum. I will post there - I'm just so lost I need to feel less alone.
  5. I've lost my beautiful baby girl. Only she's not lost, she's just gone forever. She died in her sleep a week ago, no warning or no clue what was going to happen. My life is over, I can't see beyond this. I don't know what to do. I have an older daughter who is 6 and I can't even look after her now.
  6. I've lost my beautiful baby girl. Only she's not lost, she's just gone forever. She died in her sleep a week ago, no warning or no clue what was going to happen. My life is over, I can't see beyond this. I don't know what to do. I have an older daughter who is 6 and I can't even look after her now.
  7. I lost my beautiful darling daughter only a week ago. Just like your son Ferrin, I put her down to bed with a slight temperature and she never woke up. I miss her so much and I don't know what to do now. I feel just like you, I let her down. My job was to protect her but now she is gone.
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