A Michigan lady who sacrificed a possibility to lengthen her life in sequence to give birth to her sixth child died early Saturday, her father said.
Nick DeKlyen told The Associated Press that his wife, Carrie DeKlyen, died surrounded by family during University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor.
He pronounced among his final difference to her were, “I’ll see we in Heaven.”
“We stayed by her until she took her final breath,” Nick DeKlyen said. “It’s in God’s hands now.”
Doctors private Carrie DeKlyen’s feeding and respirating tubes on Thursday, a day after she gave birth to her daughter Life Lynn DeKlyen. The mom chose to abandon chemotherapy to provide her mind cancer, given it would have meant finale her pregnancy.
Life Lynn was innate prematurely, during 24 weeks and 5 days into a pregnancy and weighing 1 pound, 4 ounces (567 grams). Nick DeKlyen pronounced his daughter is doing improved than approaching in neonatal complete care, gaining weight and “almost respirating on her own.”
“She’s going to be fine,” he said. “She’s going to be here for 4 or 5 months, though we design her to be a healthy baby. … The alloy only pronounced a timing (of a birth) couldn’t have been some-more perfect.”
The couple, who are from a western Michigan city of Wyoming, have 5 other kids who operation in age from 2 to 18 years old. Nick DeKlyen pronounced a family is clever in a Christian faith.
“My mom loves a Lord and she loves her children some-more than anything,” he pronounced Friday.
“It’s painful,” he added. “But this is what she wanted. She wanted to strengthen this child.”
Since Carrie DeKlyen’s cancer diagnosis in April, a family has been pity updates about her and her pregnancy on a Facebook page Cure 4 Carrie . Posted on a page Saturday was a anxiety to a Bible verse, John 15:13, that reads: “Greater adore has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.”