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May 17, 2005

Charlotte Wyatt: In the eyes of her parents

Topics: News

Darren Wyatt (Charlotte's Dad) has written up a very interesting account of Charlotte Wyatt--from her parent's perspective. Below I have posted a couple paragraphs from it, you can read the whole thing at SaveCharlotte.com:

It all happened on the 18th of October 2003. It was one of those days when I just wanted to get out of college, then suddenly my phone kept ringing. I was at that time in class doing silver service, I was not supposed to have had my phone on, I said to my friend what shall I do he said just answer it, so I did and it was Debbie. She said that the midwife had been round and told her that she needs to go to hospital to get checked over so I rushed straight back, up to that stage we was told that the pregnancy was all ok, when we got there they monitored Debbie over the weekend then, they told us that they needed to get the baby out and the chances of survival was very minimum, so then Debbie had to go to theatre and I was there also. This was very scary I could not stop shaking Debbie was looking at me and holding my hand saying is everything ok, I just said yes as I didn't want to worry her then at around 7.30 pm on the 21st of October 2003 Charlotte was born.

I could not believe my eyes she was so tiny, only weighing 458 grams what is less than a bag of sugar, but she was alive I heard her little cry I just cried then they had to take her away into the intensive care department . We didn't even think she would make it one night. I could not sleep

Continue Reading at SaveCharlotte.com.

Posted by joshua at May 17, 2005 3:06 PM

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How real this makes Charlotte. It's like being there fighting all along. And I know from experience that there is a time when you decide between fighting and giving up. May God, Himself, honor Charlotte's fight, her parents' fight, and the fight of all those who are working and praying for her. Let not satan overcome.

Posted by: mary et. al. at May 17, 2005 10:11 PM