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‘Above the Clouds’ means Fientje always be with us: Mom Veerle let died daughter immortalize in photos
Hasselt “Two beating hearts on the screen, our happiness could not. But in may 2016, disappeared the pink clouds and began a long road of uncertainty, sadness and goodbye,” says Veerle Declerck, that twins are expected, a boy and a girl. Fientje didn't. Thanks to the organization ‘Above The Clouds’ continues to exist in pictures and memories.

“On the echo after twelve weeks was a very thickened fold of set. That was the first moment in which joy and anticipation were replaced by intense sadness,” says Veerle. “There were a lot of studies involving ‘child 2’ not in danger should be brought. We were overcome by sadness and fear but also continued to hope it would come.”

Genetic abnormality

“Then came the moment of terrible truth. We were told that ‘baby 1’ trisomy 18, a rare genetic disorder. Our world collapsed again. A girl as it turned out, besides its a healthy little brother. The realization that we say goodbye should be taken of ‘our girl’, Fien, seeped inside. Even more sadness, fear, anger, and frustration, but we continued to live on hope.”

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