Child Safety, Childproofing, Family, grief, Love, New beginnings, Relationships, Sydney Chance

My first post…

I’ve been asked to do a blog from several people. Now a major company wants to sponsor so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. I’m not really sure what I’m supposed to talk about but the reason I was asked to do this was because of the devastating loss that I’ve suffered earlier this year. My daughter Sydney Chance passed away after a dresser and television fell on top of her in April. It was something that we never thought would happen to us. So now my mission is to make other families aware of the dangers. Securing your dressers, televisions, bookcases and shelves aren’t something that we think about. We don’t think that anything can happen but I can let you know that your life can literally be shattered in a matter of seconds. I mean, one minute I was laughing and playing with Chance and five minutes later my son Brandon ran into my room and told me that the TV fell on top of her. So I want to help as many families as I can. I want to raise awareness. Because the way that we feel after losing her, I don’t want another family to go through this feeling. It’s the worst feeling ever. Chance’s purpose in life was to help other babies and children….And we’re going to accomplish that.

So basically, this blog will be about the struggles and the issues that I face on a daily basis. Sometimes things will be really random. Some will be heartbreaking. Some will make you laugh. I will post videos of her and my son Brandon. I will discuss my ups and downs in my relationships. So just pretty much expect super randomness….Lol

Happy Friday!!!!

Keisha

15 thoughts on “My first post…”

  1. This was a greater starter Keisha I always lift you and the rest of our family up in prayer. She will be forever in our thoughts and this “Chance” you’ve been given will save lives so thank you for answering the call God has equipped you with everything you need to run this race. Love u and I’m always here:)

  2. I read, I loved and am so proud and inspired. Keep your head up and keep spreading the word on the importance of child safety. You will help so many people. I am sure. I posted your blog on my Child development discussion board for class. Xoxo Flo

  3. This is great Keisha! May God continue to give you strength to pass on this awareness! I look foward to reading more blogs.

  4. Amazing start to beginning Chance legacy;may God give you the strength to be open and in pouring your heart out for others that your own grief be eased…

  5. Keisha I don’t know you, but I pray that the Lord will give you peace and strength as only He can. I also applaud you for allowing the Lord to use you. There certainly a need for this awareness. A very similar tragedy happened to a child where my children attended day care.

  6. Thank you for sharing your story. I don’t know you, but you have truly blessed me with your story. That is how God works..through other people and their experiences.. Until now..it didn’t occur to me, that was something I should be mindful of, and I try to pay attention to everything..so please continue to share your journey!

  7. When i read your psot tears came to my eyes, because i have a small child i feel your pain. I can only imagine how your life is everyday. But with GOD anything is possible, your lost is hurtful. She knows how much her family misses her, also it will help save the lives of other children. Stay strong and may GOD bless you and your family during your lost. I will keep you in my prayers,just remember our trials and tribulations are our testismonies that GOD IS ALWAYS THERE WHEN WE NEED HIM………………………………….

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