Hello, my name is Cella I am 29 years old. I gave birth to my son RJ (Ron Jr Peau) on October 12, 2011 @ Kaiser Permanente. He was only 19 weeks and 6 days, he was my first born, perfect little angel. The doctor didn't give much hope when I arrived to the hospital. Not long after I delivered him, a nurse came to me and asked if she could bless him, I said yes and thank you. I delivered him and he stayed alive for an hour and 45 minutes...the most precious moments watching my baby take his last breathe in his fathers arms.
I stayed over night, recommended by the doctors and it was the worse feeling hearing all those babies being born and yet there was nothing done for my son. I felt like a failure that night, a lot of what if's came to mind. What if I could have done this, that and all the above. That night, I would later find out that my husband and I both shared the same dream of our baby smiling and laughing and playing with us. I am a strong believer in faith and I knew that was a sign that my baby is in good hands.
About 3 weeks later a biopsy of the baby was done and the results came back normal. The doctors and nurses suspected that the results would be normal because RJ had no deformities. There was nothing doctors could do for me being that he was born way too early with his original expected date of March 1, 2012. I prayed about it and I left it in gods hands. We had an out pouring of love and support from friends, strangers and family. We can't thank you enough.
Two years have passed and there is not a single day I don't think about my baby boy. My husband and & I are so very blessed and thankful to our friends and family. They have been a great support team for the both of us.
Thank you to everyone who has visited my sons page, for your thoughts and prayers. God bless you.
Hello and Talofa Hello, hope you two are doing well, as for me its very sad that I have to catch up with you two on baby's passing. It's been years we lost contact, please let me know if there's anything I can do for you two and baby, much love for you guys.