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C. Donaldson
C. Donaldson
I took some time today on "Keaton's Day," to remember, to cry, to be mad, and then mostly to pray. For you, Karen, because words will never make it right, for the now way too many families who have lost CHILDREN to this ruthless disease, and of course for those still fighting.

It says a lot about Keaton that he still impacts our lives four years later. I imagine that I will always think of April 7 as Keaton's Day. I won't quit. Love you, AB
Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
As I think about celebrating my granddaughters' birthday next week I can't help thinking about April 7,2010.   That day was both happy and sad for me.  After a long and hard pregnancy, my daughter was in labor with our first granddaughter.  Just a few hours before her delivery we learned that we had lost our Keaton.  We tried to keep the news from Angela, but Keaton's spirit was too strong.  Some how she just knew.  We learned later there had been problems during delivery.  I am thankful that we had our own guardian angel
.  I miss Keaton's smile, his knowledge of all the creatures and his spunky personality.  Although my Naomi never met her cousin, I see her smile and enthusiasm for life and I know that Keaton and my Mom and Dad are watching her and smiling.  April 7 will always be both a happy and sad day.  One life ended, but another life was given.  I love you Keaton.  Keaton came from a large family who loves and misses him.  I find comfort in knowing that his pain is gone.  l will always have a special place in my heart for our Keaton.  He brought happiness to the world that will never go away.

Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
Kimberley Rodriguez
Kimberley Rodriguez

Thank you for writing to me tonight. Your words made me cry because we are one in the same. I have followed Keaton's journey, prayed for him and for you and your family. I have loved reading your thoughts especially about finding Keaton's spirit in nature. We belong to a small group of broken hearts. It helps to know that you struggle too, still and always I imagine. It's too great of a sorrow to be lost from them and too great of a joy to have had them here.

With love,

Shelby's mom/kim

www.caringbridge.org/visit/shelbyr

C. Donaldson
C. Donaldson
I took some time today on "Keaton's Day," to remember, to cry, to be mad, and then mostly to pray. For you, Karen, because words will never make it right, for the now way too many families who have lost CHILDREN to this ruthless disease, and of course for those still fighting.

It says a lot about Keaton that he still impacts our lives four years later. I imagine that I will always think of April 7 as Keaton's Day. I won't quit. Love you, AB
Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
As I think about celebrating my granddaughters' birthday next week I can't help thinking about April 7,2010.   That day was both happy and sad for me.  After a long and hard pregnancy, my daughter was in labor with our first granddaughter.  Just a few hours before her delivery we learned that we had lost our Keaton.  We tried to keep the news from Angela, but Keaton's spirit was too strong.  Some how she just knew.  We learned later there had been problems during delivery.  I am thankful that we had our own guardian angel
.  I miss Keaton's smile, his knowledge of all the creatures and his spunky personality.  Although my Naomi never met her cousin, I see her smile and enthusiasm for life and I know that Keaton and my Mom and Dad are watching her and smiling.  April 7 will always be both a happy and sad day.  One life ended, but another life was given.  I love you Keaton.  Keaton came from a large family who loves and misses him.  I find comfort in knowing that his pain is gone.  l will always have a special place in my heart for our Keaton.  He brought happiness to the world that will never go away.

Kimberley Rodriguez
Kimberley Rodriguez

Thank you for writing to me tonight. Your words made me cry because we are one in the same. I have followed Keaton's journey, prayed for him and for you and your family. I have loved reading your thoughts especially about finding Keaton's spirit in nature. We belong to a small group of broken hearts. It helps to know that you struggle too, still and always I imagine. It's too great of a sorrow to be lost from them and too great of a joy to have had them here.

With love,

Shelby's mom/kim

www.caringbridge.org/visit/shelbyr

Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
C. Donaldson
C. Donaldson
I took some time today on "Keaton's Day," to remember, to cry, to be mad, and then mostly to pray. For you, Karen, because words will never make it right, for the now way too many families who have lost CHILDREN to this ruthless disease, and of course for those still fighting.

It says a lot about Keaton that he still impacts our lives four years later. I imagine that I will always think of April 7 as Keaton's Day. I won't quit. Love you, AB
Kimberley Rodriguez
Kimberley Rodriguez

Thank you for writing to me tonight. Your words made me cry because we are one in the same. I have followed Keaton's journey, prayed for him and for you and your family. I have loved reading your thoughts especially about finding Keaton's spirit in nature. We belong to a small group of broken hearts. It helps to know that you struggle too, still and always I imagine. It's too great of a sorrow to be lost from them and too great of a joy to have had them here.

With love,

Shelby's mom/kim

www.caringbridge.org/visit/shelbyr

Cindy Fowler
Cindy Fowler
As I think about celebrating my granddaughters' birthday next week I can't help thinking about April 7,2010.   That day was both happy and sad for me.  After a long and hard pregnancy, my daughter was in labor with our first granddaughter.  Just a few hours before her delivery we learned that we had lost our Keaton.  We tried to keep the news from Angela, but Keaton's spirit was too strong.  Some how she just knew.  We learned later there had been problems during delivery.  I am thankful that we had our own guardian angel
.  I miss Keaton's smile, his knowledge of all the creatures and his spunky personality.  Although my Naomi never met her cousin, I see her smile and enthusiasm for life and I know that Keaton and my Mom and Dad are watching her and smiling.  April 7 will always be both a happy and sad day.  One life ended, but another life was given.  I love you Keaton.  Keaton came from a large family who loves and misses him.  I find comfort in knowing that his pain is gone.  l will always have a special place in my heart for our Keaton.  He brought happiness to the world that will never go away.