Losing a first tooth is something of a rite of passage for kids everywhere. It’s a sign that you’re growing up and getting bigger. And if you’re like a lot of people, it also meant a little cash under your pillow in the morning from the “tooth fairy.”
Many people fear death, but it is an inevitable event that will eventually happen to everyone. Most of the time, it’s the old people that kick the bucket. However, sometimes the Grim Reaper takes away the life of children.
Last June, Little Esme Chester’s parents took their sweet daughter in for a routine blood test for a cough and received unexpected bad news. Esme had been diagnosed with end stage kidney failure. Her father Lee Chester, 37, and mother Rachel Mulhearn, 27, were completely shocked.
You may have heard the term Indigo Child being used with growing frequency in recent years, particularly since the 1970s – back when the basic idea was developed by teacher and author Nancy Ann Tappe. Or perhaps, this is the first time you are hearing of it.