Romeo loved belly rubs and belly kisses. He loved playing the "I'm gonna get Romy" game with Daddy when Daddy came home. Throughout his short five years he endured a lot but never once cried out. He was the most stoic little guy ever. He was never one to play with toys. His joy and job was to sit in Mommys lap or on Daddy's shoulder. But his most favorite place was on Mommy and Daddy's bed. That's where you could always find him. |
Though small in stature, at 6.5 pounds, he left a huge hole in our hearts when he passed suddenly. His fur sister, Bella, and his human siblings, Christe and Chase, miss him terribly. Bart and Spencer, his kitty friends, are looking for him.
Personally, I cannot imagine life without my baby boy. It's only been a day for me but I miss him more than I can ever say. My heart is broken and my lap is terribly empty. As for Daddy, he is just as devastated and cries a lot.
Romeo, thank you for all,of the joy you brought into our lives and our home. Thank you for the laughter you brought to us each and every morning before we even got out of bed. Life will never be the same for our family without you in it.
WE LOVE YOU, LITTLE MAN!
Little Man, one year ago today you went to the Rainbow Bridge. We miss you each and every day and so look forward to seeing you again someday. I love you so much, Baby Boy.
Well, my precious baby, it has been two years today that you left us. We still miss you each and every day. Your Daddy and I see so much of you in your little brother, Beau. You never got to meet him but I am so sure you two would have loved each other and played together all the time. While I am sad today, I am so thankful that you are no longer sick all the time. I'm sure you are playing with your angel buddies and having a great time. But my little man, we will meet again someday. Then you can sit in my lap all the time again. I love you, Romeo.