My Little pumpkin lost his battle to cancer on Nov.24/15. Gone but never forgotten. It was my privilege and honer to have known him for his short 7 years. and 2 months. He was the strongest kid I ever meet. I will miss him forever (just before he went to the hospital for the last time he said to me just out of the blue, I will Love you forever Daddy) and the same goes for me. I will Love you forever Pumpkin.........Eric Thomas
After bouncing around I came across your pictures, it's been some time since they been posted and you may never come across my post, but I'm sorry for your loss. In all the pic's he looks well loved and happy, probably hiding the torture of the battle.
It doesn't seem fair when we out live our kids, It just isn't supposed to happen like that.
I'm sure is a wound that never heals. I hope time has helped with the pain, and somehow, someway all is well.
It was nice of you to take the time and thank's for the kind word's, no the pain is the same as when I lost him. I have two other children but my oldest son is 24 and my daughter is going on 20, But Sean was a surprise at 52, but brought so much joy to my life. ..........Eric
During his one year remission, shots done by pro. Just wanted to show some pic'of Sean when he felt better for about one year, also the same year he went on the Disney Cruse.
I too was bouncing around the line up of Chevy's and Sean showed up. I hope bringing him up doesn't upset you but Sean and You have inspired me. Thank You for sharing your memories with others and here in Iowa we too know about you and Sean....
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