In Memory of Matthew

May 17, 2009 at 6:18 am Leave a comment

Our son Matthew died from Effexor exposure. His life outside the womb lasted a little over two hours. We are trying to figure out what to do to help others not have to go through this. We dedicate this blog in his memory and pray that God’s guidance will help others learn from our tragedy.

Click here to see a post on The Bitter Pill about Matthew from back when we first figured out why he died.

Please share his video to help spread the word and prevent other babies’ deaths.

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Entry filed under: Effexor, Infant Death, Pregnacy.

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  • Is not coping well at all. Loss sucks! 7 years ago
  • is scared to bond with this baby, just in case. 7 years ago
  • Happy 6 months today baby. I love you Matthew. 7 years ago
  • Living with loss, sucks. 7 years ago
  • Thinking I need to discuss plans for this baby soon or I will be having it in my doctors office. Where do I deliver? 7 years ago
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