Hello! My name is Sharon. I was born and raised in south
Florida. In May 1997 I married my husband Steve who was in
the Air Force. So, my 3 kids (from my 1st marriage) and I
moved to Patrick AFB where Steve was stationed. We lived
there for 3 and 1/2 years. We loved that base! In Nov. 1999,
Steve had to go to Korea for a year remote :-( so the kids and
I stayed at Patrick AFB. In Nov. 2000 when Steve got back
from Korea, we then moved to Eglin AFB. We were at Eglin
AFB for 15 months. Steve got out of the Air Force after being in
for 6 years. So, we now live in central Florida near our family.
It's been 15 years since Steve got out of the Air Force, but I
sometimes still find myself missing military life and the friends I
I have 5 living children here on earth... and 2 in Heaven.
David is age 25, Amanda 24, Sarah 20, Ryan 14, and Jaden
who is 8 years old. Our first child together, Dylan, was a full
term baby stillborn on Oct. 28, 2001, who would be 15 years
I had a miscarriage in Oct. 2007. We were looking forward to
that baby, and that loss was a big disappointment, even though
we had no intentions of having anymore babies. I got pregnant
one month after the miscarriage, so that is why we now have
We are so blessed to have the 5 living children that we have,
but we will always remember the babies we lost.
We also have 2 grand daughters, Shiley, who is 6 yrs old. And a
new grand daughter, Madisynn, born in April of 2016. I would
like to do more on this website, but with my busy life, it's hard
to keep up with everything.
I personally know the pain of losing a child and if anyone else
who has lost a child needs support, I am happy to help. It's now
been 15 years and I can tell you the pain never goes
completely away. You never get over the loss of a child, but it
does get better with time. You just learn to live with it. I will
never be the same person that I was before I had Dylan. Time
does help to heal some, but never completely.
This website is dedicated mainly in memory of Dylan. He is no
longer with us, but he will remain in our hearts forever. Losing
a child at any age, including miscarriage, is a real tragedy and
it is heart breaking. I still remember Dylan every day. But
knowing that Dylan is in Heaven does give me some comfort.
And I look forward to seeing Dylan & my other child someday in
The above guestbook is full, so
please use the Bravenet guestbook
John 3:16 "For God so loved the
world that He gave His only begotten
Son, that whosoever believeth in Him
shall not perish, but have everlasting
My daughter Amanda attended
the Florida Youth Challenge
Academy and graduated in Dec.
2009. It is a program run by
the National Guard for at risk
youth. Check out their website.
I strongly believe in Natural Remedies
instead of taking drugs. I would like to
make a webpage about that if I ever get
some extra time to do so. Meanwhile,
check out this: