Baby Boy Nursery Tour | Filmed One Day Before Losing Our Son
- Published on: 30 October 2018
- Hi, I'm Braxton's Mommy. I was 40 weeks + 1 Day pregnant the day that I learned Braxton no longer had a heartbeat. That was the worst day of my life- the day my life was changed forever.
When I was pregnant with Braxton, I LOVED watching Youtube videos. I spent so many hours watching videos about pregnancy, newborns, what to pack in a diaper bag or hospital bags. One of my favorite videos to watch was the "Nursery tour", so I finally decided to film my own. I filmed this nursery tour on September 10th, Braxton's due date, and we lost him the very next day.
Recently, I was finally able to re-watch this video and edit all of the clips together. I wanted to share the happiness that Braxton brought to me and it's so clear in this video.
If you have also lost your baby, please comment or message me. It helps to know that we are not alone. When I have more courage, I plan to post more videos and talk about this topic- Still birth; there is so much I wish others knew about stillbirth and I just want to bring awareness while keeping my son's name alive.
Jonathan and I have also started a fund to help keep Braxton's name alive:
'STILL Braxton Tiago' fund raises money to directly support children in need across the globe. With the help of donors, we can carry Braxton's name through the world while also continuing the dialogue of stillbirth.
Each year, Jonathan and I will identify a non-profit organization that has a proven track record of helping less fortunate children. All proceeds raised will go directly to the selected non-profit to provide resources for the children of that community.
This first year, we are excited to partner with Build A Better Benin (BABB). BABB focuses their efforts on the country of Benin in West Africa. Once the goal amount has been raised, Braxton's mom and dad will personally deliver these resources to the children of Benin.
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