Posts Tagged ‘grief’

Hugo’s Story

Hugo Christopher Dylan Parker was born at 11.19am on Thursday February 20, at St George’s Hospital, south London. He weighed just 420 grams. Hugo showed us that size isn’t necessarily equal to fighting spirit, or determination to live. I loved him from the moment I saw the line appear on the pregnancy test. Martin and I had been […] Read more…

One More Cuddle

  One More Cuddle I felt you, my darling boy Kicking and punching in my tummy I felt you, my precious boy Your skin against my skin I felt you, my precious boy I want to savour this moment forever Your fingers gently tracing my breast You woogle as I sing Hearing your lips gently […] Read more…

One Week

One Week A week ago I awoke a mummy, your mummy Full of hope, joy and anticipation I dashed to the unit to see your face, To sing to you, to read to you, to soothe you The doctors said your brave fight was over There was nothing more they could do My heart broke […] Read more…

HELLP Raise Awareness

I had to give birth to my beautiful son Hugo 16 weeks early due to HELLP syndrome and severe pre-eclampsia. This rare pregnancy complication nearly claimed my life, and took the life of my precious baby, Hugo. I had never heard of HELLP before my diagnosis, and my family and friends had not heard of […] Read more…

Hugo, who inspires so many

Hugo, my precious boy So wanted, so loved I thought my heart might burst with love Our love inspires so many Hugo, my special boy Bright in mind and spirit Never before has a name been so fitting Your character inspires so many Hugo, my champion boy Your strong arms and legs, your determination Never […] Read more…

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