There Was No Greater Love
You were my son since the minute I saw your face at just 2 hours old. At that moment we never left each other's side. We always knew what the other one was thinking and we were always there for each other for 18 years. The doctors only gave you 6 months to live with your cancer but I knew that wasn't true. You went through your chemo treatments and blood transfusions like such a trooper and I never left your side as I promised you I wouldn't. There were many nights that me and Dad slept in the hospital with you and you fought with all your might for 2 1/2 years. That final day I will never forget because it seems like just yesterday that you slept in my arms for 5 hours until it was time to rush you to the hospital. When the doctor told us that this was it and your heart rate was only at 4 you still fought. You looked up at me, said Meow-me and kissed me. You still would not leave me until I told you that it was okay to go and see your other brothers and sisters and tell you that I have never been so proud of anyone the way I was of you. Well, my love that has not changed and it never will. Although it has been 6 months already when I told you that you take the love with you I truly meant it but you also took my heart with you, I will miss you forever and I can't wait until we are together again because there is not a day that I do not think about you or look at your pictures. Dad would always say that we were joined at the hip and that you loved me more but baby I love you till infinity and back. On Tuesday, September 7, 2016 at 4:56 p.m. I not only had to say Good Night to my son but to my forever best friend, soulmate, confidant, the love of my life and the biggest part of my heart that will be gone until we meet again. I never thought anyone could possibly change the way you love until we had to say Good Night. He truly took a huge part of my heart with him. I will never say Good Bye to C. because Good Bye means forever and I know I will see him again. So for now I will just say Good Night my son, sweet dreams.