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Esther’s Smiles

The worst fear for a bereaved parent is that our precious children are forgotten. We want them to be remembered: we love it when you talk about them, when you go to visit them at the cemetery, when their little friends do something in their memory.. even just saying their name. 16 months ago Esther earned her Angel wings… 16 […]

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Walk 4 Esther

September is the month when children go back to school after the summer holidays. Children will meet at the school gate, full of excitement for the year ahead, a new year to learn and grow, making precious memories. Devastatingly, this is not the case for so many. 1 in 285 children and young people is diagnosed with cancer before their […]

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Life before the storm

In this post I will give you a little insight into our life before the storm struck. Esther Rosa was born at Worcester Royal Hospital on the 29th of February 2012… leap baby! She was a happy, healthy baby with a lovely temperament and I was completely in love with her. Milestone after milestone she grew into a confident outgoing […]

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First blog post

This is my very first post. In this blog I will tell you about my dreadful journey: loosing my beautiful little girl to childhood cancer. I will talk about diagnosis, treatment, palliative care, loss and grief, but also about love, laughter, hope and faith…. in memory of a very special little girl, Esther, my Angel, One of a Kind. I […]