Sports radio host Jeremy White and his wife Molly sadly lost their quadruplets after they were born prematurely.
The Buffalo, New York couple experienced the devastating losses over the course of an excruciating six days. Jeremy later took to Twitter to share with his followers information about what had happened. Unsurprisingly, his note is incredibly heartbreaking.
The WGR550 Radio host shared the story via Twitter.
“Late last Sunday night, Molly started having terrible pains that sent us to the ER at Children’s. Our efforts to stop preterm labor fell short, and our quads were all born too early to have a chance at survival,” Jeremy begins his note.
“We lost our daughter, Zoe, on Monday. Tuesday, our son Lincoln was born and passed. We had a quiet two days which built some hope that things had stopped, because it was possible that our remaining two boys could stay until an age of viability.”
“Friday morning brought our son, Miles. Saturday morning, our son, Brecken.”
The couple has shared their experiences on their Instagram account Buffalo Quads (now set to private), last sharing a moment from their gender reveal party.
After receiving support from Western New York Perinatal Bereavement Network, the couple is now raising money for the organization that helps families through the loss of a baby.
Molly shared her gratitude for the network on their fundraising page.
“While we are at the beginning of this journey of grief and mourning, we are so thankful for WNY Perinatal Bereavement Network for what they have already done for us, We know that they didn’t just do this for us; they do it for so many families across WNY. Thank you for all of your support.”
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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