Tuesday, January 26, 2010

It has been a year since he passed

This is the last picture that was taken of Drayke. We were saying our goodbyes. The hardest thing I have ever done in my life was walk out the door of his room. All I wanted to do was go running back and sweep him up in my arms and never to let go.

But sometimes we do have to let go of those we love to be able to survive.
I will see him again and hold him in my arms.

He was my life.

I will love him forever.

My sweet baby dragon.

My amazing lil man.

My son, Drayke.


Kris said...

{{hugs}} I think about you guys all the time still!

Anonymous said...

I am a nursing student at York College of Pennsylvania and in about a month I will be entering my final semester. In our final semester we participate in a clinical rotation known as Practicum. During this rotation we choose our top three choices of what units we would like to be placed on. I have been interested in the NICU since the first day I worked with a 1 pound 4 oz baby girl. I know I have a passion for the unit, the families, and of course the babies, but I have some questions for you. When your baby was in the NICU what was your experience with the nurses? If you could hand pick a nurse what qualities would you want them to have? What would you want them to say and do for both you and your precious baby?