Nov.4th, 2007 I lost my most precious person in the whole world, my 2yr.7mo. old daughter in a terrible accident. We were out camping that weekend, feeling so close and happy with my husband, my son Alex 4yrs. old and our Annie, our very special gift from God, who was born in the arms of her Daddy on the side of the freeway! We were ready to leave, when her uncle, my husband's brother backed his truck and ran her over we saw with our own eyes what our baby turned into. It was the most HORRIBLE thing a parent could see!!! Both my husband and me had a very special bond with our daughter. She was a healthy and very happy child and beautiful too. She was such a joy!!! She was the best friend to her brother(they are 1.6yrs. apart). He saw it too, but I think the terrible image ia erased from his memory. At first he was waiting for her, but now he knows, she is not coming back. We are devastated and find ourselves more and more angry with her uncle, that vehicle should never been moved when small kids are around, especially backing, instead of going forward where you can see (and in the forest there's plenty of room for that). The truck was running and we didn't have our guard on, because we never heard it start. Nobody knew he would move, as he didn't say anything... We were so close and happy that weekend and it ended with such a tragedy!!! What a senseless loss!!!
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