Lulabelle Snow Hurst
It's quite clear that you don't have a child. Losing someone In your life is terrible but to lose your child (especially when you aren't prepared) is probably the hardest thing to comes to terms with in life. To you it may be just a child but to a family she was a daughter, cousin, niece, sister, granddaughter etc.. if you don't wish to donate then please don't feel it necessary, no one has been forced to donate. The nasty comments weren't needed, it took time out of your day to write that and you achieved nothing. Heaven forbid you ever need the financial support of one or even a hundred people!
To the amazing people who have shared and donated. I will never be able to thank you all enough. Its truly restored faith in humanity and incredible to see not only a community come together to help this family grieve but strangers help also. It just goes to show that when faced with difficult tasks we are all one. We support and help each other. It's wonderful to see everyone coming together. I am so grateful and appreciative of every donation, big or small! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
It would be AMAZING if we could all spread the word a little further! You've all been truly generous so far and I can't thank you enough! ❤️
Please keep sharing!
Thank you SO much. ❤️
After being dealt this horrible news, Lulabelles brother was taken to hospital. Fingers crossed he is on the mend and will home shortly, I'm hoping we can spread the word a little further and get more people sharing this page so the family can concentrate on getting little Teddy better.
so disgusting that even when young lives are unexpectedly taken from us some people have to be so bitter and rude. Yes children die everyday, but to us she isn't just a child, she's our world and we will never ever be the same without her. If you don't want to donate, then don't.. it's not compulsory, we don't need any negative comments here. Just love for our sweet little Lulabelle. Sleep peacefully angel
Anthony Lee and Gina, you do not have to agree with it, but keep your opinions to yourself. You are being very disrespectful and your remarks are unecessary. If you don't want to help, fine but take it elsewhere. You both need to learn some empathy and manners!
Somebody dies or gets cancer or anything negative and suddenly it's supposed to be everybody else's business. Everybody is expecting hand outs nowadays and guilting people into paying the way for them. You can all pretend to sympathise, but around 30,000 children die every single day, imagine if you had to pay out even 1p for each and every single one of them... You'd be paying out £300 a day every day of the week for the rest of your lives. This isn't news, it's sad, but it's not worth donating to.
Irfan Ahmed as a matter of fact I'm about to be in a couple of months and one thing that won't be happening is me s begging money from others, no matter the circumstances. If anything tragic did happen to my child, guaranteed you wouldn't be hearing about it on a website that is now being abused by just about everybody who wants to pocket some extra cash. " At least utter some sympathy for the suffering parents!!!!" Sympathy is one thing, begging for money using that sympathy is emotional blackmail and having news articles pushing people to this website in the first place is outright disgraceful. I would never have been on this page if it wasn't for an article acting as though this is the only family in the world who has to go through these things. Whatever happened to people actually doing things and raising money for charities... nowadays it's just a case of "please feel sorry for me and give me some money". It's all over the TV, it's all over news, it's all over the internet and the majority of the time it's children or animals that are being used to tug the emotional strings. And for those of you who think ALL your money is going to this family, think again. Even this website's owners are cashing in on the emotional blackmail. 7.9% of all money raised goes into the pockets of the site's owners.
Anthony. No one has forced you to donate. If you don't want to then don't but don't write comments like that. This has hit home to a lot of people. I went to college with joelle but we didn't really stay in contact. I saw updates on her children when she posted them on Facebook and when this horrible news came out my heart broke for her and her family. People don't prepare to lose their children or loved ones. I don't put money aside for funerals for my children. This isn't something that you expect to happen and so to help pay for the funeral and to get something to remember that beautiful little girl they set this up. Why is that such a problem for you? Joelle is one of the nicest girls I've met and for this to happen to her and her family is devastating. They just want to be able to give her the send of she deserves and you have no right to tell her, her family or her friends that it isn't worth donating. I'm sure you've noticed how much has been donated by such kind and caring people (unlike yourself) I certainly felt it was worth donating and these people obviously feel that way too. If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all.
To lose your daughter so young is one thing, to have to justify wanting to give her a good send off and everything you do to vile, hate-spewing strangers is another! For goodness sake, people! Have some sympathy and a heart for these poor parents. Yes, people might die every day. Yes, people get cancer every day. I have had cancer, I was nineteen. I had a newborn, premature baby who I'd seen come into the world without a heartbeat when I was diagnosed with it! Thankfully she miraculously pulled through in the nick of time, but does that mean I have no sympathy because I am one of the ones who have "got cancer", or had something bad happen? No it does not! Even more reason to feel some sort of love and warm thoughts towards Lulabelle's family. I have friends who have lost their children to devastating accidents. Did I say, oh well, I'm not gonna help? Not at all. Don't be so disgusting. If that's the case, I suppose you're never going to ask for help from anyone, those of you being so absolutely disgusting. NHS is a privilidge in this country - you better be going private? Charities are just that, I assume you're ignoring them all, because, well, where does that benefit you? Money is kept tight in your pocket, ey? God help your child. You'd think you'd be a little more understanding when you're parents / parents to be. Love and warm wishes to all of Lulabelle's family and sleep tight, darling. Please ignore all negative comments as they thrive on a reaction when you're already feeling so, so numb. xxxx
Dear Joelle. I have messaged you via social media after reading ur heartbreaking story. I'm in tears writing this because I know & feel your pain. I lost my beautiful son Rocco the same way in July 2015. He is the little boy pictured with me. This is the most painful existence you will bare & will you have to summon every last ounce of strength to be there for your son. I had my other son Shay who was only 7mths old when we lost Rocco. If you need me, please find my message on Facebook x Kim
Devastated to hear this news, I have no words to condole you. She was a beautiful child, an angel. Angels are only taken to heaven where she will abode forever in great peace. Though it will be impossible to get over this, just always remember she is in the best place. Just to let you know I have made some contributions towards her funeral.
Hi Donated to lulabelles fund just hoping this has helped both parents pay for the funeral and giving her the send off she deserves,,, Really sad as heard lulabelles mum hasn't had help towards the funeral costs which this is what this was raised for .... Please could you clarify this has gone towards lulabelles funeral xxxx