Funeral Service for Malaysia J. Green(Daniels)

After working a  12 hr shift,  I was on my way home to pick my baby up from the babysitter. We had plans to go to the doctor and run a few other errands that day. I did not know that she wouldn’t be seeing her pediatrician that morning but instead the emergency room doctor. Him and along with the ER nurses and emts they worked diligently to bring my innocent Malaysia’s cold body back to life. On my way home, I got a call from the EMTs who stated that I needed to rush home because something happened and it involved my baby. As I pulled up at my apartment complex,  I saw flashing lights and all type of first responders there holding my lifeless baby with no real conclusion as to how she ended up like this. I waited 25 mins at the hospital waiting on the emt to bring my baby to the hospital; Yes ,I beat the ambulance to the hospital smh!!! When they finally came and I was called to the back I watched them work to get her back responsive. The emergency room doctor came and told me that it doesn’t look good that she was extremely cold and it appeared she may have been cold for a while but they were warming her up and they were going to do whatever they could to bring her back but his exact words were that “her chances were slim”. As I prayed and prayed and called out to my baby hoping her heart would beat again, all I can remember hearing is the doctor tell me he has never seen anybody take so much medicine and not come back responsive and that they had to stop. At that moment my whole world stopped and my heart shattered to a million pieces. All I could say was God why MY baby!! I’m a good mother. I struggled and sacrificed to make sure Malaysia was secure in ALL the things she needed and then some. I went overboard with educating myself on how to care for her because my years with my own mother was cut short at the tender age of 11. I never wanted Malaysia to feel the heartache of me not being around to take care of her so I always took proper precautions. Malaysia was a sweet lovable happy 4 month old and her life was precious. Anyone who knew her personally or had an encounter with her would tell you she was a VERY special baby. She had her way of letting her light shine bright through her infectious laughter and smile that turned heads everywhere we went. People would always come up to me and tell me how much she looked like a real live babydoll. In all honesty she was truly that, my personal babydoll and I cherished her with my life. Sadly, I will never get the chance to hear her 1st words or to see her crawl or walk but I thank God for the time he did give me to be with her.. she will ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED IN MY HEART AND HER DEATH IS NOT IN VAIN...My fellow fb friends, family, co-workers and associates PLEASE PLEASE I BEG YOU LOVE ON YOUR CHILD(REN) LIKE NEVER BEFORE BECAUSE NO ONE KNOWS THE TIME OR DAY OF OUR DEATH!! Malaysia was a beautiful spirit and will be truly missed by MANY. Please if you can contribute ANYTHING to her home going service so she can have the proper burial I would be sooo grateful. Even if you can’t your prayers are just as valuable.
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    • $50 
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    • $50 
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    • $50 
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Organizer

Shakeithia Daniels 
Organizer
Albany, GA
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