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Bez 10 most touching parts of singer's baby death story

The couple have kept quiet about the loss of their baby until now.

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  play Pulse has highlighted the ten most touching parts of the emotional story (scoop)

Soul singer Bez and his wife Tito Idakula lost their baby daughter on March 2, 2015, a day after her birth.

The couple have kept quiet about the loss of their baby until now.

Tito has started her blog, and in her debut post she writes extensively about her and Bez's loss. She also narrates extensively about the unfortunate incident.

Pulse has highlighted the ten most touching parts of the emotional story;

  1. I found out on the 22nd of January 2015 that my daughter had a condition called congenital diaphragmatic hernia; an extremely rare condition in which the diaphragm does not fully develop and has a hole.

  2. In my daughter’s case, her heart ended up being pushed to the right and her lungs barely developed. In fact she only had one lung and that was almost undeveloped.

  3. They emphasized that once she was brought into the world, she had less than a 15% chance of survival only achievable with intense medical intervention...they literally told me she was going to die.

  4. The ironic part is the fact that as they spoke I could feel her kicking and turning. This made it very difficult for me to understand what they were saying and they emphasised to me that I was keeping her alive through my placenta.

  5. When my daughter was born, after 14 hours in labour, I saw her try hard to take breaths but she couldn’t. I saw how beautiful she was in a few quick seconds before they had to take her to NICU to try to save her life.

  6. I will never forget entering the NICU room and seeing all the babies in their incubators and then I saw my baby girl with all types of wires on her while the Doctors were pressing her chest because her heart had stopped.

  7. I asked if I could carry her and they said yes. I put her close to my chest, and put my breast on her mouth and tried to make her suck but she just couldn’t because she didn’t have the strength, so I just held her close and talked to her and sang to her.

  8. My husband took pictures of us and I still look at those sometimes. He also took pictures with her and held her close and just enjoyed having his daughter in his arms and I took pictures of them.

  9. When I woke up, my husband was still holding her but I immediately knew that my baby girl had gone home to heaven to be with her ultimate father and creator. I asked my husband and he told me she was completely cold and stiff in his hands and I was okay with it.

  10. Even as the Chaplain came in to the room to comfort us with pictures of her and birth certificate and little mementos from the hospital, I was still just numb.

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