Update on our Baby 5-27-10

Our Baby

Today, May 27th, 2010 at 6:35 A.M., our little baby boy was stillborn.

He weighed 3 lbs and 2 oz. and was 11 inches long.

His name is Wesley Allen Wei.

The diagnosis of the baby was correct and there was not anything the doctor’s could do.

My Wife

We could not have asked for a better delivery, my wife is healthy.

She was in the hospital less than 48 hours when she gave birth.

The baby was born head first, with everything intact, and very quickly (with no trauma to my wife).

She is recovering now and we plan on going home tomorrow morning.

Funeral

We are having a private graveside service Saturday morning at 10:00 A.M.

Fo those who would like to send flowers, you can send them to:

Ingram Funeral Home
210 Ingram Avenue
Cumming, GA 30040-2418

Thank You

Thank you for your continued prayers and support, we have been encouraged with love and support from all of you.

Thank you to our Lord! May He continue to receive the maximum glory.

12 thoughts on “Update on our Baby 5-27-10

  1. Janet Witt

    Your Faith is Amazing!! Hold tight to God and He will see you through. This I speak from experience.

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  2. Melissa

    I heard your story from Pastor Richard S. Powers on the GBC facebook page. I read about you on your ramblings. I do not know you, but my heart breaks for you. You and your wife are an example to all of us who say they would do the same thing in this situation, but have never been tested the way you have. Thank you for carrying Wesley until he could be delivered. Thank you for loving him enough to make that sacrifice. You are in my prayers, and though I cannot possibly know your pain, I feel pain for you, and I am awed at your strength in this worst of times. I know God gives that strength to us as only He can. I know my words are not much, but I hope you know that though there are people out there that you don't know, we still care about you. I lost a baby at only two months along, and the only thing that helped me get through is someone quoting my pastor as saying “Time in Heaven is not the same as it is here on Earth. When your baby gets to Heaven, all he/she will do is blink their eyes, and you will be there with them. It is only here on Earth that we have to live all these years with the pain of loss.” I don't know if that helps in your time of loss, but it helped me to know that my baby won't ever be without me, though I will be without him/her for many years on earth. Praying for you.

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  3. Horst & Joy Trojahn

    We are praying and in times when our words fail us, but we have this assurance, that you have the peace that passeth understanding, and we know the “Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.” I know you and your precious children are in His uttmost care. We thank God for our great Christian family that can weep with yoi and rejoice also in that blessed hope of assurance in Christ Jesus, We love you dearly, Horst and Joy

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  4. Rick Woodward

    Our Prayer are with you at this most difficult time.

    Love & Prayers,

    Rick & Elsie Woodward

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  5. Travis and Alecia Bridgeman

    Our hearts go out to you both. May God's Grace be sufficient in this trial, and may the prayers of the saints on your behalf be a comfort.

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  6. Robin Chaplin

    Bro. Tolson,
    I just read the news on your blog. (I've not had a chance to check my email in a couple of days.)
    Please know that your family has been in our prayers and will continue to be. May our Lord give you and Natasha along with your families the Grace to stand even when you feel that you will surely fall.
    In Christ,
    W. Robin Chaplin, Pastor
    Bible Baptist Church
    Albany, GA

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  7. Autumn Douthat

    Hoping you have faith through your hard times and that God puts faith in your heart and blesses you in what you do.

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  8. JoAnna Price (Harrelson)

    Mark and Natasha, my heart is breaking for you right now. I do understand your pain, having lost my own baby girl last Sept. to Trisomy 18 at 6 days of age. God will help you though and walk you through this tragedy, as He did with me and my husband. Its not easy at all losing a child, but never forget that God's grace is greater than our greatest tragedy, even death. Andy and I will continue to pray for you during this time. I didn't know when you were due to have the baby, but for “some reason”, this past week you two were heavy on my heart. I now know why. Stay true to God through this, and you'll be amazed at the blessings He'll bestow on you!!!

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