At 1:29am on March 6, 2015 my niece, Eavan Mackenzie Oslie McClare was born sleeping. My identical twin sister, Jaxon, suffered a placental abruption caused by a blood clot covering over 50% of her placenta. These were complications caused by an untreated hereditary blood mutation called Factor V Leiden and are the reason we lost our sweet Eavan. Despite an ongoing fight with Doctors, Jaxon had been refused the same treatment she received to prevent complications in her two previous successful pregnancies. Scott took some unpaid time off work after losing Eavan to help Jaxon recover from an invasive and traumatizing induction, labour, and delivery while having two very energetic preschoolers at home. Eavan's funeral arrangements were an unexpected and costly expense. This headstone is important to them because it's the very last thing they will ever be able to do for or give Eavan. Their dreams and hopes for Eavan have been stolen. They will never buy her toys and clothes, they will never enroll her in dance or sports, they will never buy a Wedding Dress. Both of them have been having a very tough time emotionally, more than they will admit to anyone. They wait until their two beautiful children are safely asleep in bed at night before they allow themselves to break down. Jaxon hasn't slept a single night since without crying herself to sleep or having Netflix playing on her phone that Scott has to turn off after she's fallen asleep because she's still trying to process her loss and the grief. Both Jaxon and Scott bravely face each day, working hard to find a way to cover the costs they've already incurred and to get a headstone. Neither of them would ever ask anyone for anything and are really struggling so I have created this page for them, I wish I could do it alone, but I can't so I am asking for help, for them. I haven't told them about this page yet because I'd like to, with your help, surprise them. Watching them suffer has been the hardest thing I've ever done in my life and I will do anything I can to help them in their journey of grief. I know that having a headstone for Eavan would provide them a little closure. Please don't feel obligated in any way to contribute, this page is only for those who would like to contribute to the headstone and other related expenses in support of Eavan and the McClare family.