The artwork created by the artist Vé Boisvert, in honour of Zackaël is revealed. I share some before and after pictures of our living room.
I write about the makeover of our living room with high ceilings and the memories of Zackaël in this living room.
I am revealing the other painting in honour of Zackaël, created by Vé Boisvert. Celebrating the life Zackaël, I am sharing a slideshow which includes beautiful moments with him.
I reveal a beautiful artwork (with videos!) that was created in honour of Zackaël. The painting was created by Vé Boisvert, a talented artist.
I'm continuing to honour Zackaël during his birthday week. My readers have participated in my little survey and chose "The day Zackaël was born" as my next post. As such, I'm happy to share the story of his birth.
Today, I continue to share beautiful moments we had with Zackaël. I go back 4 years, February 26, 2017, the day of his third birthday and share a video. I also present a memorial I set up at Le Prélude school for his birthday.
Carl writes about his best memories at museums with the kids. He also shares many photos, and how he feels when he drives by museums, now that Zackaël is no longer with us.
Today was a difficult day for us. We received the coroner's report about Zackaël's death. In honour of Zackaël, I share a memory about how he remembered my hometown (Hearst) on the map.
I started a course on grief. The course is called Writing Your Grief. Every day, we receive an email with a writing prompt encouraging us to explore an aspect of our grievance. Today is Day # 3.
It’s important to continue commemorating a loved one's several times a year. Here are a few reasons why.
I talk about 2 empathetic people who are wholeheartedly with us, by keeping the roadside monument and photo visible. In this post, I'm also sharing a poem that I wrote last spring.
2020 represents the first year without our child. We have no memory with Zackaël in 2020. I share how my heart ached at Christmas and the little things I did to cope with my sorrow and honour my son.
It is important to keep talking about our children who died. Friends and relatives mistakenly believe that it is best to avoid mentioning the deceased child in the presence of the bereaved parent. The worst thing to do is ignore that they existed, and ignore their grief and loss.
Adélie à TVA Gatineau, TVA nouvelles. 1 an après l'accident sur la 323 avec l'orignal et le décès de Zackaël Flintoff