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In Memory of Calan Cameron Decker
Nov 24, 2002

My son Calan Cameron was and still is the most important person that will ever touch my soul. Calan brought so much joy and happiness into my life. I got pregnant with Calan when I was just 16. I had him at 17. Never once have i regreted it~ I am proud to say I was the best monther anyone could have been. His smile and sweet laughter would brighten the darkest room. Although Calan only lived 15 short months, he was the best thing that ever happened to me.
I got pregnant at only sixteen years old. But none the less I was ecstatic. I was 17 when I had my precious son. Calan was born on August 10, 2000 at 9:41 P.M. at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas. He weighed six pounds seven ounces and was 19 inches long. Thatís real good for being born eight weeks early. He was soo beautiful-just like his mommy! When Calan was first born he had dark blonde hair and deep blue eyes.
From the first time I saw my son he held a strong hold on his mommyís heart strings. Calan was named after my father C. Alan and his God-Father Cameron. As Calan grew older, his dark blonde hair turned into light blonde. Also, his deep blue eyes brightened into a sparkling sky blue. He was a lean baby, weighing only 19 pounds at 15 months. He filled my heart with great pride.
On November 29, 2001 I woke to find my little angel had passed away. I have to say that was the most excruciating day of my life. When he left all my hopes and dreams for our future went to Heaven with him. I know in my heart that when God took him into his sweet graces, he took him to share his love and smile with those above.
Calan was truly a blessing from above. This precious child brought so much joy into my life. I miss him each and every day. Although I was only blessed with this loving child for fifteen months, I am thankful each day that I had that time with him.

Here is a poem written in his memory-

He was a gift sent straight from above,
Beautiful, precious, cherished, and loved.

The way he laughed and even cried,
Always made you feel special inside.

His chipmunk cheeks and adorable smile,
Blessed this world for a short while.

Although his days here were very few,
His life had a huge impacted on you.

He taught you the real true meaning of love,
Before he took his place up above.

An angel in heaven now he must be,
But his memory lives forever inside you and me!
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