On November 22nd, 2009 Abbey passed away due to complications from a SADS related episode. Unknown to her family and doctors Abbey was born with Long QT syndrome. Long QT is a rare genetic heart condition, which may trigger a sudden fainting spell or seizure. In Abbey’s case her heartbeat was erratic for so long it caused sudden death.
Please support the SADS Foundation, learn more about Abbey’s condition, and how to prevent & treat SADS.

Read and watch the video about the great things KinderMourn does to promote healing:


We are, once again, supporting the great duck race:

KinderMourn’s 15th Annual
Hope Floats Duck Race

Help us support KinderMourn by adopting a duck on our team, Babygail's Peeps!

Simply signup to adopt a duck under our Team Page and win a chance to receive the grand prize of $2,500 or one of the other fabulous prize packages:


Enjoy photos of our baby girl, forever in our hearts.

Be sure to view the new videos we've posted!

When someone you love passes, memories are all we have, and those memories are forever. Let’s celebrate and remember her together, please share your thoughts, memories and photos of Abbey for everyone to enjoy.

Felicia Payne
Abbey, I never have got to know your mother over the years. Not only is she the best realtor I have ever met, but she is one of the kindest and most attentive agents I've had the pleasure to work with. I see that the love and attention that is being shown to you is from the hearts of special people that have grown to Cherish you through your families her eyes. There's no better love, then that!

Yet another year passes and you are still missed everyday. There will never be a day that you are not missed and loved so much. So sad you had to go. Nanny will always miss you and our fun times. I still have your poems and power point presentations. We did have so much fun. Always in my heart. Nanny

Everyday we feel the pain of your absence. But today makes it even more painful as I reflect on that horrible day you were scared by bees. And then you were gone. Oh sweet little Abbey, how we miss and love you. You are forever in our hearts. Always with us, you will never be forgotten. Love you to the moon and back a billion times. Always your Nanny.