Josh and Katie butler from Nashville, Tennessee were expecting a baby. The couple was excited beyond measure to welcome life into the world. At their 20-week check-up, doctors discovered something during the ultrasound that would change the course of the couple’s plans.
This issue discovered in the ultrasound could cause a problem for their son Dewey’s development. When he was born, Dewey was immediately taken to the NICU. He lingered there for 132 days during which doctors tried to work out what was going on with him. The precious boy died during a routine operation where doctors tried to fit him with a feeding tube.
The Butler’s were beyond heartbroken with the loss of their son, but a nurse just one floor up would soon intervene, providing them a lifeline for their grief.