Lauren Gooder has shared with everyone the news that her daughter Lorena has passed away.
She gave birth on July 8. Lauren lost her ex-boyfriend Jake McLean in a motorcycle accident. During a post she made, she did not show any problems with pregnancy or childbirth.
She shared a photo of herself holding Lorena’s hand saying “She was the most beautiful healthy baby I’ve ever seen just like her sister @babylarose.x…” The shot was in black and white. As a mother, there are no words that can adequately convey the anguish of losing your child. “I carried my baby for all these months wonderfully, and after I gave birth to her, my angel was snatched from me.”
She continued, saying, “She was good and healthy, but I’m not going to get into detail right now just know that there was nothing wrong with either her or myself she was wonderful I can’t explain it she is so incredibly gorgeous Larose twin so similar.”
“I am broken.
“I have returned home after my stay in the hospital. We tried to spend as much time as possible with our daughter Lorena, and both Charlie and I haven’t said our goodbyes yet.
Lauren says that her older daughter is helping her get through this pain and that she will make it. “Larose, she is my rock that is helping me through this, or else I wouldn’t survive… I will never, ever, ever be able to get over this, but I will figure out how to live each day with Lorena in my heart, and she will be with me always, and I will be with her again one day…”
Lauren has always been open with fans that the moment she found out she was pregnant immediately 8 weeks after giving birth to her first daughter.
In an interview, she said that Charles was very happy when he heard the news.
“I’m just getting myself back together – I’m going back to square one,” she added. “I’m just getting myself back together.” Is this reasonable?’ You experience genuine feelings of maternal guilt, such as, “What about Larose?”
“She is still a baby, and she still needs me. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to be there for her.”
We offer our sincerest condolences.