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Abel Wallace Reign Tangira 7/1/19-14/1/19

Cause page created in the Kiwi Kids category by Ivy Watene for A & S S Ferguson-Te Ngahue & Tangira


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Given by 22 generous donors in around 5 months

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To get our baby home to lay him to rest by his brother.

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Update.

Our baby fort a big battle but could not take anymore mamae. This morning our darling Abel took his last breath and drifted off peacefully at 10.30am..

The journey still has not come to an end and we still need to get baby back to Hicks Bay so please find it in your heart to keep up with some donations to get our darling Angel home and lay him to rest.

Please help the whanau get our little angel home.

😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

At 18weeks 5 days her waters broke and they found out baby has a hole in his heart.

She gave birth to Abel Wallace Reign Tangira on the 7th of January 2019 @ 25weeks and 1 day. For now he is stable but they have found his heart defect to be worse than they initially thought, and still have a long road ahead of them.

Her (Ashley), Sonny (partner) and their two girls, Rilees and Ebony live in Te Karaka, Gisborne but were in the process of moving to Hamilton so Sonny can continue with his job in the building industry, which has now been put on hold, but as you all would know rent and bills dont go away so im setting this up to help take that stress away so they can focus on baby and moving forward.

Even your prayers are alot for us all, so in advance thank you for your support for my friend and her family.

Ivy Watene 's involvement

I am Ashley's close friend, have been for a very longtime. Would like to help relieve the stress at this time so they can focus more on Abel.

Use of funds

Rent, utility bills, travelling to work from Auckland to Hamilton (dad when he gets back to work), getting their 13yo ready for high school and also for something the 2yo.

Surplus funds will be donated to the ronald McDonald house.


Latest update

7/1/19 - 14/1/19  14 January 2019

It is with the heaviest hearts we have decided to to babies life support off, and he took his last breath at 10.30am.

From us all here and Ashley Sonny and whanau we would want to thank each and everyone of you who have made donations and sent prayers deeply appreciate it all.

The journey still has not come to an end and we still need to get baby back to Hicks Bay so please find it in your heart to keep up with some donations to get our darling Angel home and lay him to rest.

From Ashley, Sonny and whanau thank you very very much.

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Latest donations

  • Emma-Leigh & amber

    Emma-Leigh & amber on 15 Jan 2019

    $28

    Rest in love bby

    $28

  • Susan

    Susan on 15 Jan 2019

    $100

    $100

  • Hapu Ora Midwives

    Hapu Ora Midwives on 14 Jan 2019

    Private

    Arohanui Ash, Sonny and whanau he was such a little fighter your baby boy, you are all so strong keep strong for your babies Lots of love 💕 Hapu Ora Midwives xo

    Private

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 14 Jan 2019

    $5

    $5

  • Karepa Kingi whanau

    Karepa Kingi whanau on 14 Jan 2019

    Private

    Private


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