The heartbreaking image of her little girl in the big hospital bed is still unbearable for Caroline. Just before that, the couple was obliged to be present at the resuscitation for the processing process. “Only when I heard ‘temperature 31.4’ did I know it was over. I ran screaming into the hallway: my child was dead!” tells Caroline about the heartbreaking moment.
“I felt an intense sadness and a sense of failure as a mother. What had I done wrong? Hadn’t been breastfed? The prune juice?”
Donna died of a tear in her diaphragm. Her lungs, intestines and stomach had shifted. There was no heart left where they had resuscitated the three-month-old baby. “She hadn’t had a chance to survive this.”
Shortly after the traumatic event, Jan announces that they still have to make a baby. “I thought that was so very sweet of him. He had never expressed his feelings so strongly before. At the same time, it was very difficult to be pregnant again after three and a half months.”
The couple are expecting another girl and are even thinking about naming her after her big sister Donna. “We are definitely not looking for a replacement for Donna. Donna was unique and will always be our oldest daughter, even now that I am pregnant with another girl.”
You can now read the entire interview with Caroline Kek Mama.
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