Heartbreaking photos showed couple's last moments with their baby boy

Heartbreaking photos showed couple's last moments with their baby boy

Losing a child is never easy. Two young parents lost their son, Noah, very recently and their festive season will be a lot less jolly. As a form of mourning, the father shared his pain on social media, and tweeps were heartbroken for him.

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Twitter user @justbkay took to his social media account to share his pain on losing his baby boy, perhaps as a way to deal with his loss.

While he does not say how his son, Noah, passed away, he did say that burying him was the hardest thing he ever had to do.

South Africans who read about @justbkay and the mother of baby Noah's loss, were heartbroken but also eager to wish them the best.

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South Africans also shared advice and words of encouragement, hoping to give the mourning parents a little relief.

@XolileXolee - May God Almighty Embrace You Guy's With His Mighty Wing
@1FineAndre - This brought tear's to my Eyes , And different why's , I can believe no reason why a Soul this Bright , Would make his parent's cry on this night , I strongly believe God knows best , But still make this champ rest

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@khaya_lamati - Oh No condolences to you guys..you forever have a angel looking up..may God grant you guys strength during this time
@trizzle37 - So sorry for your loss. Peace and Comfort be with you guys
@s_mpunzana - Pain of a child bring tears to my eyes. The pain you folks feeling right now is unimaginable, be there for each take one step in healing with deep wound through your souls. God be with you, great loss to you my brother undoubtedly massive one to mom.
@MissSteelo - Askies bhuti...i know what you're going through. I held my still born and never thought I'd recover...but I did. God's Grace. Give it time. It has a way of healing these kinds of wounds
@sibajackpama - I lost a baby too. It doesn't seem like it gets better but faith keeps me going. Be there for each other and take your time to heal.
@boobah12 - My mother said to me a couple of years ago (my baby brother died 18 years ago) that the pain doesn’t go away. You just learn to live with it. You don’t forget. May you find strength.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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