Share This article Share A mother who was left with a baby on her chest and two broken ribs after she suffered an allergic reaction to a food allergy has shared a heartbreaking post on social media.
“I am still trying to find the words to describe how much my child has meant to me and I hope people reading this know that I am so thankful for you and how I love you so much,” Emily Bowers wrote.
“It was the most beautiful moment of my life, I was so moved I cried.””
As I was walking in the hallway, I saw a young boy on the floor, with his mouth taped shut and crying.
“It was the most beautiful moment of my life, I was so moved I cried.”
Emily’s post, which has been shared more than 4,500 times since it was posted on Sunday, has since gone viral.
The post, titled “I’m still struggling with this post.
My baby is now gone and I am in tears again,” has also been shared almost 4,000 times on Facebook.
Emily’s story follows that of another mom who posted about her experience in a Facebook post on Monday.”
I was told that I needed to wait to be discharged from hospital until I was completely healed, but I was told I needed a second opinion, and the doctor had said they could wait until I had finished all the tests. “
I was in pain, I had been so sick and I just needed to go home.
I was told that I needed to wait to be discharged from hospital until I was completely healed, but I was told I needed a second opinion, and the doctor had said they could wait until I had finished all the tests.
So I went back to hospital, and after 10 minutes I was still in pain and my husband and I were having to use a wheelchair.
It took us over an hour to get to the hospital, so I was bleeding profusely, I couldn’t breathe and my daughter was crying uncontrollably.
She was in my arms crying and I couldn, I just wanted to cry, and it was just so difficult to see her that I was crying.”
We couldn’t even hold her for a few minutes, I thought, I’m in so much pain, but then she finally came back and I said, ‘Oh my God, my baby is back, it’s ok.’
“She was so happy, she was so strong and I thought she would be alright, but when we left the room, she cried even harder.”
In her post, Christina added that she had gone through what it was like to be in the hospital with her son, who was about four years old.
“It is so hard for me to express the amount of pain I felt in my heart when I woke and saw my baby, who I love, crying,” Christina wrote.
“[I] just want to say I’m so grateful for all the people who’ve reached out to me over the past few days, I know they have been amazing.
I just want you to know that you have been a big part of my recovery.
You saved my life.”
The post has been watched almost 2,600 times on the Facebook page of Emily’s family.
“Thank you so, so much to everyone who’s reached out.
I know it’s not easy but I’ve made it this far, and you’ve made my life better,” Christina added.
Emily’s family has also shared a number of photographs of her son with her.
“The picture you sent me was beautiful and I can’t wait to share it with my family.
It really makes me feel like we are family again,” Emily’s sister, Brittany Farrow, told ABC News.
“It’s really hard to express how much you mean to me, you have made my baby so much happier, and your words mean so much more to me.”
“It’s so much easier for me, I can share a picture with my brother, and he’ll say to me ‘Emily, you are my hero’.”
I just want everyone to know how much Emily means to me.
I’m grateful to all of you who’ve been so supportive.