ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jaxon Doo. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sara Phillips on May 2, 2021
Oh Jaxon, where to begin? It’s crazy how in such a short time you made such an impact on so many. You’re mom daddy and big brother adored you so much. Brian and I wish you could have stayed if just a little bit longer but it was all for the better. Rest easy baby boy

You’re legacy means so much and always will you will never be forgotten & ALWAYS loved

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Posted by Sara Phillips on May 2, 2021
Oh Jaxon, where to begin? It’s crazy how in such a short time you made such an impact on so many. You’re mom daddy and big brother adored you so much. Brian and I wish you could have stayed if just a little bit longer but it was all for the better. Rest easy baby boy

You’re legacy means so much and always will you will never be forgotten & ALWAYS loved
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Shared by Sunshine Scarbro on May 2, 2021
Jaxon Reese Døø
    He was two and a half months old when he was received by heaven. He had a common heart condition called tetralogy of fallout, he also later in his life got a lung disease from the hospital, they had given him to much oxygen witch created scar tissue. Jaxon was a very bright baby boy. He had the biggest brightest blue eyes, and the cutest chubbiest cheeks. Jaxon loved his music and he loved his mother and father dearly. Jaxon would rather sleep on his stomach than his sides/back weather the hospital liked it or not. When jaxon was first born he had a whole head of thick blonde hair. Jaxon was also very long he was 23/24 inches by the time he was 2 months old. He was 5 pounds 2 ounces and 18inches long when first born. He was born on august 27th, 2020 at 10:15pm. When jaxon was in the hospital and his stats were low maybe in the 50s 60s his mother would hold him on her chest, with him on his stomach butt up, patting his butt firmly and holding his hand with all the love his mother could give, his stats would go back up to the 80s 90s (witch was his normal range due to the heart condition) when Jaxons father would come up to his crib take off his glasses the first thing he would see from his beloved son was his eyes get real big and he would just have the biggest grin for his dadda. The last three days of Jaxons life was spent at home with the love of all his family. Jaxon loved watching "good doctor" with his mother and father on the couch in the living room. He also loved his big brother, he definitely loved his big brother's kisses and hugs especially when him and his big brother was playing with there feet's! I will forever and always love and miss you my dearest son. I hope one day I will be able to hold you in my arms again weather or not you are all grown up in heaven.