In loving memory of baby Harper

Sometimes life isn’t fair. The last few weeks of the Greenlee family’s lives sure fall into this category.  Expecting twin girls in January was something they looked forward to, especially having two beautiful, healthy boys in the house. Life was just getting sweeter. As Lindsay went in for a checkup in late December, expecting good news since she was so far along in her pregnancy, they were stunned to find that one of the sweet baby girls, Harper, would not be coming home with them after all.

The cause of her passing is unknown to the doctors. The second girl was born, healthy and happy just two weeks later. Hartley is her name. She’s currently in the NCIU to strengthen her little body, but she will be coming home to her family soon and we’re so thankful for that.

Please keep the Greenlee family in your thoughts and prayers at night. Sean, Lindsay, Camden, Edison, Hartley and sweet angel Harper. There will never be a time where they get over the loss of Harper, but the thoughts and kind gestures of friends and even complete strangers will surely make them feel loved.

These bereavement photos were taken and used with the full consent of the Greenlee family. Please note that if you are uncomfortable viewing these photographs, you should stop reading now.

She’s in the sun, the wind, the rain,

She’s in the air you breathe and every breath you take.

She sings a song of hope and cheer,

There’s no more pain, no more fear.

You’ll see her in the clouds above,

Here her whisper, words of love.

You’ll be together before long,

Until then, listen for her song

 

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Gina Johnson - December 31, 2014 - 9:18 am

I believe that Sean is the son of one of my former co-workers Lonn Greenlee. He just retired and was also excited that his son and daughter in-law were going to have twins. I am so sorry for their loss. I would like to send my prayers to their entire family. You have given them a beautiful gift to remember their little girl.

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