domingo, 2 de enero de 2011

Good bye

Here are some pics of today´s memorial.

3 comentarios:

  1. Sending lots of love and thinking of you all and Ines as you pass her anniversary. xxxh

  2. Mariana - thanks so much for your comment - I wish we'd both had a chance to see how much more beautiful our little daughters might have become given the chance. Ines really had the most amazing eyelashes - gorgeous. It must be so hard to know that it was a doctor's mistake that caused her death.

    I know that taking the media route is a very personal decision, (and that the media can be very fickle) but I hope that you are able to tell Ines' story as you want it told. I think it would be an amazing legacy for her if you are able to boost the campaign for better safety for mothers and babies.

    Sending lots of love, xxxh

  3. This is so beautiful! Truly, a very beautiful place for your daughter in your home. I'm new to your blog but I just wanted to say how deeply sorry I am for your loss. I know that it's said time and time again, but it's unimaginable and I wish neither one of us knew what it was like to have ashes instead of our baby. Your daughter is beautiful, I'm sure her sister will be too. I can't imagine what additional pain you must have due to the malpractice surrounding your daughter's death. Before I found out I was pregnant, I had a doctor call to tell me that I had to stop trying to have a baby immediately, that my kidney was in danger of failing and that if I got pregnant I would be putting my baby in danger. My dreams of having a baby were dashed- I got a second opinion at the insistence of my husband and got a new opinion: I was healthy as a horse, not a problem in sight and the doctor was flat out WRONG. Since then, I've learned to research all of my doctors, review their credentials, have a medical/birth/pregnancy plan of MY choosing so that I know that I'm being given proper care. Things like this shouldn't happen and it's devastatingly unfair that it did.