I am really struggling with my post today. There are so many things going on and scenarios in my head spinning around like a twister the last few days. We hit the Mother's Day and our four-month angel date in the same week. My parents were also involved in an automobile accident this past week. Kambryn went to a hospital setting and viewed a lifeline helicopter land and take off while there. All of the above tugged at my heart greatly!
I was a single mother for seven years, raising my two children with the best of my ability. This past September. My family grew from two children to five children. Kreyton was beyond excited for myself, him, and Kambryn. Just nearly four months to the date Kreyton Hunter Quinn gained his angel wings. four months from this date my parents were involved in an automobile accident. There are times I simply don't know, don't understand, and don't agree with or like these last four months.
I have tried to remain strong, positive, and dedicated. I want to continue a legacy of Kreyton and his positive character traits in our community. I want to help struggling families and children in the Wabash Valley in Kreyton's honor. I want work to help and support other angel moms and bereaved parental groups with grief and child loss. I know that helping others in my darkest deepest hours on Earth will not change the outcome of my loss. However, it will help others perhaps learn to be their personal best and provide support and opportunities to participate in events they may never of been given an opportunity to participate in before Kreyton's foundation was formed.
I ask that you continue to help support our efforts to remember Kreyton Hunter Quinn and the basic foundation of character and dedication that Kreyton lived upon daily. Kreyton was no saint and far from perfect! He was an innocent child learning to grow and survive in his journey here on Earth. That all changed in the blink of an eye four months ago. My very world was turned upside down and my heart torn out ripped apart and stepped on. I know that it isn't about me. It's about Kreyton and giving him the distinct honor and recognition that he deserves.
I always struggle with making sense of the plan God has led me upon. Yet, I know that I will see my son again in Heaven and he would want me to continue to honor him and support others in his memory. The fact that I'm on this grief journey that I struggle to put any sense with, simply means that someone with way more understanding and knowledge has a greater plan than this human could ever begin to dream about. I miss my son more than I could describe. The anguish and frustration of my 11 year old being gone to Heaven and not on Earth is more vivid each and every day! I will always work with endless amounts of effort and dedication to helping keep Kreyton's life alive in the hearts and minds of others daily! We will continue to be Kreytonstrong!
Mavery Bridgewaters is Kreyton's mom.