As each person arrived to say goodbye I became more and more anxious knowing that it was getting closer. Although I didn't want the day to end, it was the longest day of my life. I had so many thoughts that day - from wanting to just scream at the doctors to make him better, to knowing there was no way that they could, to wanting it all to be over, and then not wanting it to ever be over.
Wearing a bracelet that Di made for him.
The nurses and doctors were so wonderful. They couldn't do enough for us and set up the room so that whoever wanted to be in the room at once could be, with seats all around the back of the room as well.
Poor Harri's heart was broken all day, and it still is. The hardest part of the day was actually going over to Ronald McDonald House and sitting the boys down to tell them that Noah was so sick, that he was going to pass away that day. Both Jay and Harri were so heart broken and both put their heads into their beds and sobbed.
Mum and Chrish were with us when Noah passed away and also Jay and Harri were in the room after the doctor talked to us about how important he thought it was for them to be there. I'm so glad that they were there with us . Although there were many tears, we were also very comforted. We felt the spirit strongly all day long and I know that Noah was sad to see us so heart broken, but so happy at the same time. It was so hard to let go, but also easy when we knew he was ready and was just waiting for us to be as well.