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In aid of bereaved parents

Remembering our Angels

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Reply Natalie O'Brien
9:13 PM on August 14, 2017 
Thank you for the wonderful work you do at this charity. Conor Miller O'Shea was stillborn on 27th March 2017 and your memory box provided is truly beautiful not only does it give you the hospital and midwives the foundation to make every moment count during such a heartbreaking time and remember to collect all the beautiful keepsakes of your precious baby to give you comfort but shows you a way to keep your babys memory alive and create more memories. Conor we will make memories with you everyday. You are in every thought and every beat of my heart untill we see you again. Our Beautiful Beautiful Little Tiny Man love you so much Mummy, Daddy and all your family. 👼💫💙 xxxxxxx
Reply Kate Kirk
5:53 PM on August 9, 2017 
Our son Olly was born on 3rd August 2017 at 21 weeks old. It was a huge shock when Olly's heartbeat couldn't be found and in someways we still can't believe Olly is no longer with us. At 15 weeks old Olly was diagnosed as having Down Syndrome and after deciding we wanted to continue with the pregnancy Olly seemed such a fighter, so to lose him has broken our hearts. We were given one of the Memory boxes at the hospital which has helped us so much as we want to hang onto as many memories as possible. Thank you for providing these boxes to all our sleeping angels and we shall love you forever Olly xx
Reply Kelly
9:24 AM on August 8, 2017 
Hello, My little boy was born 23rd March 2017 he was born at 30 weeks with Hydrops and sadly passed away on the 24th March after putting up such a strong fight his little body just couldn't take everything that was fighting against him. I received one of your keepsake boxes and it is now in our home with all of our lovely memories of our little boy that I get to look at everyday. Mommy, daddy & your big brother love you and miss you so much Harley. We will all be a family together again one day my angel xxxxxxxxx
Reply Joanne Morris
8:23 AM on August 8, 2017 
I received one of your memory boxes for early miscarriage yesterday and I would like to thank you for this lovely gift, I didn't get anything like this when I miscarried my first baby 7 years ago so I am going to use the box for them both. It's hard to see a way out at the moment but I am sure it will bring me some comfort in the future and hopefully help when I tell my other children what has happened which I plan to do later tonight. Sorry for your loss and thank you once again xxxxxxxxxx
Reply Kdean86
7:12 AM on August 8, 2017 
Kerry Dean says...
My baby boy was born sleeping on 31st March 2017. The memory box you provided us was really touching, it helped me allot. We are going to let off the balloon provided in the box today as this was his due date 08.08.2017 but i just want to say from the bottom of mine and my husbands heart that we really appreciated the box and you are a big inspiration for me. I am currently fundraising on behalf of SANDS and so far have raised over 850.00 which will provide over 40 memory boxes to families like us and in the future i really would love to aspire my own charity for my sleeping Angel Freddie as well. I think it is amazing that you have opened up the suite and i really do hope you have had light at the end of this very long tunnel xxx

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kerry-dean4
Reply Kerry Dean
6:51 AM on August 8, 2017 
My baby boy was born sleeping on 31st March 2017. The memory box you provided us was really touching, it helped me allot. We are going to let off the balloon provided in the box today as this was his due date 08.08.2017 but i just want to say from the bottom of mine and my husbands heart that we really appreciated the box and you are a big inspiration for me. I am currently fundraising on behalf of SANDS and so far have raised over 850.00 which will provide over 40 memory boxes to families like us and in the future i really would love to aspire my own charity for my sleeping Angel Freddie as well. I think it is amazing that you have opened up the suite and i really do hope you have had light at the end of this very long tunnel xxx
Reply Lisa
7:05 PM on August 4, 2017 
William we never got to hear you cry or see you crawl or hear your first words or walk our hearts will never mend the day you where born should off been happy tears never forget how much your daddy loves you and nanna and grandad we love you xxxxxxx💕
Reply Mrs Jemma Yoloye
7:30 AM on August 3, 2017 
What's expected of me
Am I expected to behave in a certain manner
Should I cry in public, sulk, grieve or display my anger
I lost my child, and all future plans
This I refuse to understand

What's expected of me
Am I expected to take your words of comfort
Should I smile, laugh and or acknowledge your effort
I lost my child, yes I feel bitter
Of late I've become quite a quitter

What's expected of me
Is there a time scale for me to adhere to
Should I complete my grieving in a week or two
As time goes by, I now realise
I'll grieve in my own time, my own way for the child I lost and will miss always

I never heard her cry, she never saw my face, but in my heart I know my princess is in a better place.

I love you always my princess Iyanuoluwa.
16/02/2017 Born sleeping eternally
Reply Lisa Atkinson
1:10 AM on August 3, 2017 
My only grandchild William was born asleep today 2015 sleep tight little angel our hearts are still broken love you lots nanna and grandad xxxxxx
Reply Gemma
2:43 PM on July 22, 2017 
Snowdrop

The world may never notice
If a snowdrop doesn't bloom,
Or even pause to wonder
If the petals fall too soon.

But every life that ever was
Or ever comes to be,
Leaves it's mark upon this world
For all eternity.

The little ones we longed for
Were swiftly here and gone,
But the love that was then planted
Is a light that still shines on.

And though our arms are empty
Our hearts know what to do.
For every beating of our hearts
Says that we love you.

In loving memory of our beautiful triplets Kay, Max and Mia Allen.
Gone from our sight but never from our hearts.

Thank you so much for the beautiful memory boxes to help us remember and cherish
the time we had with our amazing, brave beautiful babies xx