Paul, Sarah, Hannah, and Emilie were unaware of King Jesus’s plan and instead had their own plan. They wanted the baby to be born and stay with them on earth for as long as possible.
Sarah and Paul visit the doctor again for another sonogram of their baby. They are overwhelmed with the beautiful human being. Despite having thanatophoric dysplasia, the baby has a beautiful healthy heart, is not in pain, has no fractures or broken bones, and she is a girl!
Paul struggles to find a stronger connection to his baby girl. That connection comes when King Jesus sends him a dream about his baby daughter: she is four years old with long hair and running across an open field toward the mountains. She is happy and is free. Paul now feels connected to her and it only seems fitting that he is the one to christen her Cerian, which means “loved” in Welsh.
Between August 24th and August 25th, Sarah visits Pembury Hospital for a checkup only to be told she will deliver Cerian within 24 to 48 hours. It is time for Hannah and Emilie to say goodbye to Cerian. Both girls press their heads against their mother’s womb and cry goodbyes to Cerian.
By 11 p.m. Cerian continues to kick like a horse, the contractions like painful lightning to Sarah’s body. At 1:00 a.m. Sarah asks to hear Cerian’s heartbeat: there is no galloping, no kicking, only silence. Cerian has just died – and is free from her body and now in the arms of King Jesus in Heaven where she lives for eternity.
And the peace that passseth all understanding continues to embrace the entire Williams Family until they finally have their reunion with Cerian in Heaven someday. Until then, they live happily ever after. https://www.plough.com/en/topics/life/parenting/perfectly-human