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"Be anxious about nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let our requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus" ~Philippians 4:6-7 For those of you who don't know, for those of you who loved her, for those of you who are afraid to ask, for those of you who are curious, for those of you we have never met but understand our journey all too well.....this is our story of our precious little Ruby Alessandra Stech ~ March 24, 2014 - March 24, 2014 "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." ~Jeremiah 29:11 I felt that posting a typical status update about the loss of our baby girl, to tell people outside of our close family and friends, was very impersonal. I felt as though that would not be honoring our daughter or our Heavenly Father. I want to be very clear that Jay and I feel blessed and honored that God had this plan to choose our daughter so He can change lives, but in no way does that mean we don't miss her. Our pain is quite deep and we mourn her every single day, but from the second I gave birth, Jay and I felt a kind of supernatural peace with what we realized was happening. We literally felt Gods embrace and His constant reassurance that He would see us thru this devastating time but that He chose her as part of His plan and we needed to fully trust in Him, and that is exactly what we did. So here is the story of our baby Ruby's short life on earth. My due date was Saturday March 22, 2014 and as that came and went I was a little disappointed but not surprised at all. Both our boys had gone right past the 40 week due date so it wasn't shocking that our little girl was going to go passed her due date also. Two days later on Monday March 24, 2014 I woke up to contractions. I was having very consistent contractions and this time they were not going away. Having had two children previously I knew this was labor. I told my husband to go ahead and go to work cause they were not strong enough or close enough together to go to the hospital yet. As the day went on the contractions did grow stronger and closer together and I eventually told my husband in the early afternoon to come home so I knew we had enough time. By the time he got home, I decided to call my mom and tell her to come also since she was going to be watching the boys for us. Once she was on her way the contractions were very intense and close together. Finally my water broke and as soon as it broke the contractions were extremely intense and I knew we had to leave right then. My mom pulled into the driveway and I literally said "I gotta go" and Jay and I were out the door and on our way to the hospital, which much excitement to finally meet our baby girl! On the way I was realizing very quickly that I didn't know if we were going to make it to the hospital or not. I tried to keep focused on labor and stay as relaxed as possible but I was also praying out loud for mercy, that we would make it to the hospital and I would deliver in a room there. I told my husband I didn't know if we were going to make it and I needed him to keep calm if we had to deliver the baby in the car. He agreed but he admits he didn't realize how serious I actually was about delivering her in the car! We made it! As we pulled into the hospital parking lot, Jay dropped me off at the door so I could start walking in. I had another contraction just as entering and I couldn't move so I stopped so I could focus on getting thru the contraction. As I did this the security guard came up and offered me his hand to lead me to labor and delivery on the second floor. I walked with him and as we got in the elevator, Jay literally jumped thru the doors! He definitely didn't want to leave me alone nor miss her birth. As the doors opened to the second floor I stepped out and had another contraction. I knew right then I had only a few minutes if that. The security guard had labor and delivery open the doors for us and as we entered, there stood Joyce, our amazing midwife. When she saw me she said very joyfully "there she is, oh, ok, so we are going to skip triage." Then I kind of tossed my purse to her and asked her to carry it as she lead me to the furthest room down the hall. Let me tell you, that last bit of walking did it! We walked into the room and I said "she's coming" and all I can say is that within three minutes or so she had arrived! There was a great sense of relief and joy and pure excitement....however this was short lived as we realized very quickly that something was wrong. Just as I was thinking I will be able to hold my precious baby Ruby, there was suddenly a lot of commotion. Our midwife was calling out orders, then the nurse started calling out orders, then there were what seemed like tons of nurses coming into our room. They all moved very quickly and one said multiple times that they needed a neonatologist immediately. To be perfectly honest it was confusing and seemed surreal. Then I heard a nurse call out "I don't have a heartbeat" and that's when it hit me, these people were trying to save my babies life. This wasn't anything routine or just the hospital being cautious, they were trying to save her life. Then a doctor came in and went straight to her and as a team they all tried diligently to bring life to this precious little baby girl. This is the point when I remember not wanting to hear that she still wasn't breathing and still didn't have a heartbeat. I don't know how to explain how desperate I felt and I know Jay felt the same way. There we are just watching helplessly as our little girl had no life in her body. This was when I immediately put my head back and began to pray out loud to God that He would breath life into her. Jay was holding my left hand got down on his knees and he began to pray out loud too, then Joyce, my midwife, grabbed my right hand and got on her knees and began to pray out loud also. We prayed without ceasing for what felt like forever. I repeated myself over and over and over again "Lord please breath life into my baby." Then suddenly I heard, "I have a heartbeat," then they started calling out what her heart rate was. As we opened our eyes and praised God for answering our prayers, I knew that things were not good with our baby. It took a long time for them to get a heartbeat and I really didn't know what to expect but I did feel at peace and so did Jay, a peace that surpasses all understanding. The neonatologist came by my bed and started to explain that our baby was born not breathing and without a heartbeat. He also explained that due to the lack of oxygen it was likely that there would be brain damage and in order to try to keep the brain damage as minimal as possible, she would need to receive a "cooling treatment" which they were not fully equipped to do, so Ruby would need to be transferred to a different hospital. He said they would call the transportation team immediately and it would take place soon cause she needed to have the "cooling treatment" within 6 hours. As he spoke to us we tried to understand what the cooling treatment was and how it works and the logistics of her being transported etc. We understood the situation was serious and we agreed to the transfer and signed papers then he left the room. The nurses then wheeled Ruby over to me. The moment I had been waiting for since I was 10years old (when I told my grandma I was going to name my little girl after her) was finally here and it was absolutely amazing. I touched her foot and looked at her in awe! She looked like the most perfect combination of her brothers when they were born. Her face was just like Vincent's except her nose was just like Everett's, she also had Everett's dark hair. She had her daddy's long legs and arms. Her toes and fingers were just like her daddy's too, all of our children seem to get his long toes and fingers and his rather large big toe! She was beyond anything I could have dreamed, she was perfection and I felt blessed beyond words. I got to look at her for about one minute and then they had to get her down to the nicu. During this time, a nurse started checking me in so they could get my hospital bracelets on etc. There hadn't been enough time to do this when I had arrived so they were doing now. The nurse putting my info into the computer said "you are so lucky you made it here in time," to which I responded "I know it was such a blessing," I truly felt that it was a huge blessing for multiple reasons, but mainly because we would not have been able to resuscitate her on our own. The nurse then said, "yes it was a blessing." I remember when she said it, it's like she had a moment of realizing that there was no luck involved, it was Gods grace that got us there in time! I had asked Jay to call my mom, my dad and a close friend of ours from church that I knew could pass along a prayer request for us to our church family. He did that and shortly after she was in our room along with two other friends of ours that came to be with us and pray with us during this time of not knowing what was going to happen with Ruby. I told them, I couldn't explain it but I felt 120% peace with the situation. I was very calm but I was very anxious to see my baby girl again! Since Ruby was in the nicu now and we needed to go see her before she left, our post partum nurse came in and introduced herself and said she would help me get ready and get a wheelchair to take me down to the nicu. So our friends prayed with us and left the hospital so we could go be with Ruby. They wheeled me down and Jay followed right next to me. As we entered she was on our left and looked like a very big baby compared to other babies in the nicu. She had a tube in her mouth going into her lungs so she could breath. The tube pushed her lip up which honestly was bothering me very much. It looked uncomfortable and I didn't like it all but at least the three of us were together and I could touch her. I touched almost every inch of her. I held her hand for a long time and couldn't stop myself from stroking her head, where her dark hair and forehead met. I couldn't get over her dark hair. She was the most angelic looking beautiful baby I had ever seen and she was ours. I was in complete awe of her! My husband and I held hands and touched her while we prayed over her. And the peace I was talking about earlier continued to stay with us. Jay and I felt as though Ruby and the two of us were being taken care of and comforted. "Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, And before you were born I consecrated you; I have appointed you a prophet to the nations." ~Jeremiah 1:5 The transportation team arrived and immediately started preparing Ruby to be transferred. The lead nurse practitioner came over and explained what seemed like a laundry list of things that would or could take place during the transport. It seemed like it was a routine discussion she had to have with us and we said "we understood" and she got up and started doing a full exam of our baby girl. Jay and I sat next to each other with Ruby in our sight the entire time. I looked over my husbands shoulder and saw our neonatologist talking on the phone with the nurse practitioner from the transport team right next to him. I suddenly felt that something was not right. I looked at Ruby and the transportation team had stopped preparing her. It was like they were waiting on something and I had a feeling I knew what that was. I looked at Jay and I said "something is wrong, they're not going to take her." Our neonatologist came over and I could see it in his eyes, the second he started talking to us to explain the amount of damage that had been done to the brain was too significant, etc, I held up my hand for him to stop talking cause I already knew what he was going to say and I fell into my husbands arms and cried harder than I have ever cried in my life! I can't explain how hard it hit me that she was not coming home with us ever. As I cried, my husband cried too along with our midwife, Joyce and just about every nurse in the room. The nurse practitioner came over to us and explained that after examining Ruby she felt that she wouldn't make it to the other hospital. She said her eyes were fixed and there was no reaction to pain. She brought us into a private room to have a phone conference with the neonatologist brain specialist at Rush Chicago (where Ruby was supposed to be transported to) The specialist apologized for the situation and began to explain that the "cooling treatment" that Ruby was to have there does not repair brain damage but is intended to attempt the stop it from getting worse. She said that Ruby's brain damage was incredibly severe. Her chances of making it to Rush were extremely slim, they were almost positive she wouldn't make it there and if she did and we kept her going, her future did not look good. She explained that she would be on a breathing machine her entire life, she would require a feeding tube and wheelchair and most likely would never know who we were. This was obviously devastating to us. Jay and I knew without discussing it that we needed to let her go so she could pass away with us. As we decided this Jay and I could feel the Lord embrace us. I can't explain how although we were so sad we were also at such a peace with what was happening. We both said we could feel God laying it on our hearts that He needed her more, He needed to use her for a much greater purpose than what could be done here on earth. It felt like we were in the middle of a miracle and yet our hearts were aching so badly. The nurses took us into a private room directly across the hall from the nicu and there Jay and I sat on the bed together and for the first time I held our precious baby Ruby. I couldn't believe how good it felt to hold her and yet how limited that time would be. I couldn't believe that just a little over five hours earlier this amazing little girl was brought into the world and now we had only minutes left with her. I held her close and Jay held me. We stared at her little face and touched her cheeks and head over and over again. We told her how much we loved her over and over again. We told her God needed her more and he chose her to come home with Him and we told her it would all be okay over and over again. Every second of that time we just kept reassuring her we loved her so much and we kept thanking God for her. Yes you read that correctly, we thanked God. During the worse time of our entire lives we thanked Him. We felt so thankful she was ours, thankful we had a little bit of time with her, thankful He had embraced us and given us peace when we asked for it, thankful He chose her even though it meant we would be hurting and most of all thankful that we knew we would see her again and it would be glorious. "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." ~1Thessalonians 5:16-18 10 minutes later her heart stopped beating. It took 10 minutes after her birth for her heart to start beating and it took 10 minutes at the end of her life for heart to stop beating. Its hard to verbally explain how it feels when God gives you peace and strength in such a difficult situation but we had that. We were both crying and our hearts felt broken and yet we had peace knowing that He made it very clear that He chose to take her for His plan and that He would never leave us. "He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds" ~Psalm 147:3 He made it so clear, we had no doubt whatsoever of where she was and that we were going to get thru this. He embraced us and reassured us over and over again and He is still doing that! I felt God lay it on my heart that I was to post this page today. Tomorrow is Easter Sunday and for my family, this Easter has really touched our hearts. I'll be the first to admit that in the past I've always thought of Easter as a busy day of bunnies and colored eggs, even though I know what it's supposed to be about. This year is different though. We are so thankful that our glorious God gave His one and only Son for us! This is how we are able to rejoice thru our heartache. "But I do not want you to be ignorant, brothers, concerning those who have fallen asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope." ~ 1Thessalonians 4:13 Almost four weeks ago, our lives changed forever. We were blessed with a miracle that only our Lord could create. He gave her physical body to us for only a short time but because of Him, she will live in our hearts forever. "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." ~John 3:16 Love, Jay and Tiffani
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Mrs. Ruby Everett Ms. Ruby Loyd Everett, age 61 of Cordele, Georgia passed away on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at Houston County Medical Center in Warner Robins, Georgia. The graveside service will be on Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 11:00 am in the Bethel Cemetery of Cordele, Ga. The service may be viewed live on the …
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