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Baby Child 14


Madison Dru Lawrence

April 29, 2013 ~ February 25, 2018 (age 4)

Madison Dru Lawrence was born to Donnart Anthony Lawrence and Sara Alana Hunter on April 29,2013. In her four years on this earth, Madison wasted no time affecting people and animals lives. Her smile light up a room and her bubbly personality keep a smile on anyone and everyone who crossed her path. Madison loved to paint and make slime and was not afraid to get in and get her hands dirty. Madison told her dad that one day

I will help you clean up which touched his heart so much because she was always trying to help. Madison did so many activities because her parents refused to waste a second not showing there angel the wonders of this world. Madison Lawrence went to be with God on February 26, 2018. I want everyone to know that she was in no pain and that God just wanted his angel back. As Madison’s earthly parents, we want to thank everyone for the out pours of love and words can’t express what that means to us and our family. Please celebrate Madison life on this earth because all god fearing children know that this is a transition.Thank you to everyone and your love and prayers are appreciated.

My love story started in 2003, when I met the first love of my life. I knew when I saw him that I wanted to marry him and he made it very clear that he wanted to marry me. Eight years later, June 9 2012, we confirmed our love and got married. I knew immediately that I wanted to have a baby. A month after the marriage, we were pregnant. I knew that I had a baby growing inside of me before the test ever confirmed it. I felt Madison Dru Lawrence immediately. She was mine and I was hers. While Pregnant, she keep me pretty sick but I didn’t mind. I sang to her daily and told her about my days daily while she was still growing inside of me. On April 29, 2013 at 10:58 am, I gave birth to Madison Dru Lawrence, the second LOVE OF MY LIFE!!!! That moment, I knew she was special. I remember telling Donny “ Don’t leave her side”. For the next three days, he walked her up and down the halls playing a beautiful playlist from his phone not getting any sleep. I never wanted her to sleep in the nursery at the hospital, I wanted every moment of every day for the rest of my life to be spent with her. When the colors of life were so black and white, after having Madison things finally had color. She was light in the dark. She was mine and I was hers’. Raising her was the greatest honor of my life. Donny and I always said “ God is definitely showing off when he made her”. She was always happy, always trying to make other people happy, She is and will always be my sunshine. Donny and I always use to say that she is too good to be on earth. Madison was smart, independent, caring, loving, nurturing, diva-like, girly, tomboyish, beautiful, empathetic and god fearing all wrapped in a four year child. I knew that if I didn’t get anything right in this world, that I got it right bringing that amazing girl into the world to share her light. She is the love of my life and that will never change because she is mine and I am hers. God has called Madison home to be with him and though I may not understand I still do not lean to my own understanding, but I trust in him with all my heart. Both Donny and I know that we will be with her again later and that she trusted in the lord. We know that God has the ultimate plan, but one thing that I know that is “She is mine and I am hers forever.

**The family requests that the color black not be worn during the visitation and/or service.**


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