ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kaitlin Curran, 26 years old, born on July 16, 1994, and passed away on December 14, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Margaret Escobedo on December 22, 2021
I can't believe we are coming up on another christmas, excuse me, winter solstice, without you. This one is no easier than the last. I am still not sure what happened. I may be getting closer to the truth...I don't know. All I know for sure is, you didn't deserve what happened.

I remember the last winter solstice I had with you. One of the things you had told me was you couldn't cook a hard boiled egg and I am no help because I always fudge it too. So I bought you a fake egg you were supposed to throw in the boiling water with the eggs. We were all excited for it that maybe it would help and one of us would finally be good at it. You called me when you tried it and told me - "Mom, that thing don't work!" Oh well, I tried. That was the same year I couldn't wait to give you one special gift I had made for you and ended up giving it to you early. It was the baby blanket with all the family photos on it. You loved it and it made you cry. I knew it would mean a lot to you and you proved that with putting it somewhere it would be protected...in one of your trucks. (It's now on your bed.) You were so cute that year with your gifts. Watching you open them is still etched in my memory. You wanted more storage containers, so I got you a set. Your Dad had kept your big pot you used to make your skettis in. You were really bummed about that, so I got you a new big pot. You were thrilled! I know you used it often because you told me and I found it in your dish drainer. You had recently used it and washed it right before we lost you. (It's now in your truck waiting for the day Squish is ready to cook so she can, in some way, cook with Mommy.)

You are deeply missed Baby. Every. Day. ...and still loved. So. Very. Much.

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Posted by Margaret Escobedo on December 22, 2021
I can't believe we are coming up on another christmas, excuse me, winter solstice, without you. This one is no easier than the last. I am still not sure what happened. I may be getting closer to the truth...I don't know. All I know for sure is, you didn't deserve what happened.

I remember the last winter solstice I had with you. One of the things you had told me was you couldn't cook a hard boiled egg and I am no help because I always fudge it too. So I bought you a fake egg you were supposed to throw in the boiling water with the eggs. We were all excited for it that maybe it would help and one of us would finally be good at it. You called me when you tried it and told me - "Mom, that thing don't work!" Oh well, I tried. That was the same year I couldn't wait to give you one special gift I had made for you and ended up giving it to you early. It was the baby blanket with all the family photos on it. You loved it and it made you cry. I knew it would mean a lot to you and you proved that with putting it somewhere it would be protected...in one of your trucks. (It's now on your bed.) You were so cute that year with your gifts. Watching you open them is still etched in my memory. You wanted more storage containers, so I got you a set. Your Dad had kept your big pot you used to make your skettis in. You were really bummed about that, so I got you a new big pot. You were thrilled! I know you used it often because you told me and I found it in your dish drainer. You had recently used it and washed it right before we lost you. (It's now in your truck waiting for the day Squish is ready to cook so she can, in some way, cook with Mommy.)

You are deeply missed Baby. Every. Day. ...and still loved. So. Very. Much.
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