Baby Asher

This is the story of a baby named Asher, his mother, Lindsey and his dad, Justin. These pictures document 24 hours in their lives.

Lindsey was told at 15 weeks that Asher had less than a 1% chance of survival and the doctor advised her to terminate the pregnancy, but she didn’t. She carried him. Gave birth to him. And held him in her arms for his last moments on earth.

(The slide show is optimized for play on a handheld device. If watching on a full screen the resolution will be lower. There is music so if you prefer not to listen, you will want to mute your audio) These pictures may be too graphic for some viewers, especially children.

 

6 Replies to “Baby Asher”

  1. Grace and love to two of the most brave and wonderful people I know. Lindsey and Justin. Asher is beautiful. Here and in heaven.. You are so special. I admire you both so much.

  2. I will be touched by this for the remainder of my days on this earth. What an absolutely amazing tribute to Asher and to his mother and father.

  3. What a glorious memory you have made as a tribute to Asher You’ve allowed not only the wonderful celebration of Love and acceptance of the family, you have shown through your painstaking photos the awareness of a beautiful Life. Amidst what I am sure was heartfelt pain, his life is a tribute to revisit again and again. No words can express the obvious Love and Committment that you have Given him. He can rest knowing full well that he was and will always be Loved by you and our Lord..

    1. Thank you for your comments, John.
      Asher is greatly loved. His short life is already impacting so many. Every life counts and nothing is wasted.

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