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Memorial created 06-14-2008 by
Audrey Hogarth
Cole and Breanna Hogarth
May 3 2008 - May 4 2008

 

 

Breanna Lucy Hogarth

Born at Mount Sinai Hospital

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

2:10 am

1lb 5.6oz ~ 615g

12 1/2 inches ~ 31.8cm

 

 

 

I thought of you with love today,
but that is nothing new.
I thought about you yesterday,
and the day before that, too.

I think of you in silence,
I often say your name,
But all I have is memories
and your picture in a frame.

Your memory is my keepsake,
with which I'll never part.
God has you in his keeping,
I have you in my heart.

Author Unknown

 

 

 

 

 

I never knew how much I wanted a daughter until I saw Breanna's face.  Sure I was excited when I found out I was having twins and that one was a boy and one was a girl.  That meant that my family would then be complete all at once.  But when I saw Breanna my heart just melted.  She was just so perfect and adorable with dainty little features and she even had my pointy chin.

As I held her tight I sang to her "You are so beautiful to me" by Joe Cocker.  She just was the most precious little girl I had ever seen and I couldn't believe that she was my daughter.

Throughout my pregnancy Breanna was fairly calm.  She only punched and kicked when I laid on her side, probably to tell me that Cole was leaning on her.  She was always in a breach position and would sometimes do a little dance on my bladder. Even after Cole's water broke she remained content and unaffected by her brother's desire to get out.  But the two of them were destined to be together and I can find some peace in knowing that they are together and taking care of each other.

 
 

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