Christmas Pantomime

As much as I have thousands of photographs of Jack, I still find it really difficult to look at them.
Photographs make my heart hurt, seeing my beautiful boy, his happy little face and his beautiful smile, make me miss him even more than I already do.
When I see Jack in photographs or videos, I smile but then I start to cry because they make this nightmare feel like a reality.

I am sure one day, I’ll be able to look at all my photographs and they won’t feel as raw but for now, I’m just really thankful to know that I have them. I don’t know why I took so many photos of Jack, I seem to have photos for every occasion and I’m so glad that I do. Photographs and memories are all that I have left of Jack.

This photograph was from Jacks trip to the pantomime with his nana and I. He loved it and he got so carried away with the “he’s behind you”. Jack spent his last day in school, the last day that he was alive watching the school pantomime and for that reason, we have made Christmas Wish No3....
A trip to the pantomime for families that have lost their son, daughter, brother or sister.

We have places at Jack and the Beanstalk at the Kings Theatre Glasgow on Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1st December for the 230pm showings.
Hamleys was only open to children age 2-8, the pantomime is from age 2 onwards, we have no upper age limit. People who have received a space at Hamleys are also welcome to apply for the Pantomine.

Places will be on a first come, first serve basis. Please private message us directly.
You may wish to tag someone as a way of nominating them and then ask them to contact us.

Christmas Wish No 3 🎅🏻 💫

Only possible thanks to all of you.

https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/ChristmasWishes19

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