I know this is Elisha's blog, but I have Alexis heavy on my heart. Alexis' birthday is tomorrow March 28th. She would be two years old. I can remember every inch of her and how she felt in my arms...or should I say hands just like it was yesterday. I often look around the house and picture her running around and being silly. She was so beautiful, perfect, and tiny. God gave me two perfect little angels. I know alot of you do not really know about my daughter. We found out we were pregnant a month after Enrique proposed to me, September of 2006. We found out by amniocentesis she had Triploidy at out 20 week appointment. I will never forget that day, and that feeling I had. A normal person has 46 chromosomes...13 from mom and 13 from dad. Alexis had 69 chromosomes...which made her "incompatible with life". I chose to carry her until the Lord took her. I was not going to take her life. Six weeks later I started making phone calls and preparing myself so if she came early I would not have to worry about her funeral things and etc. On that Friday of that week, my husband came to my job and brought me flowers and chocolates because he knew I was having a hard time and I was sad. I looked at him and told him I needed to get away. He asked what I meant...and I told him I wanted to leave right NOW and go away..far away. He said I was crazy. Well 1 hour later I had left my job and he called into work and we were on our way to Stone Mountain Georgia. On our drive up (7 hours) I told him when we came back we would have Alexis. He told me again I was crazy. I had a fetal doppler so I would know the moment she passed. I never felt her move or kick my whole pregnancy. I checked her heartbeat once a morning and once at night. I had checked it Sunday morning before we left to go back home. Sunday night when we arrived back home she was gone. Monday morning I went to work...and waited for the doctors office to open at 9am, and went and told my boss that I was pretty sure my daughter had died...I went to the doctor. The nurse practitioner checked and found no heartbeat. I was then sent to labor and delivery at the hospital, where an ultrasound confirmed her death. I was induced like I was with Elisha...and two days later I delivered Alexis Faith Ramirez. She was 9 inches long and weighed 8.5 ounces. The doctors said she would have sooo many physical abnormalities...but she was absolutely perfect. Just very tiny. I just needed to talk about my daughter...and remember her, thank you all for listening. Alexis mommy and daddy love you baby girl, you are in our hearts forever and we will be together again one day. Happy Birthday sweet girl.