Randy Rogers’ newborn daughter passed away recently leaving everyone sad and depressed. It was a tragedy that just couldn’t be expressed in words.
The country singer, Randy Rogers had been blessed with a newly born daughter whom he and his wife named Rumer Rain Rogers. But that was about a week ago. She is no more. Rogers and his spouse Chelsea posted a pic of the two of them with their baby daughter clinging to mama on Twitter. But now all that photograph can evoke is tears and uncontrollable grief.
We are sad to say that Rumer Rain Rogers passed away last night. She was well loved, well cared for and in her parents loving arms.— Randy Rogers Band (@rrbchoir) June 10, 2015
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The Randy Rogers Band was equally afflicted by the horrific news. The fact that such a young baby girl who would have seen the light of day would be taken prisoner by death just six days after her birth is something that makes one question fate and destiny. The little one died in her parents arms as they wept copious amounts of tears.
They loved her and cared for her till her last breath alive on planet earth. The Texan band to which Randy Rogers belongs posted a message on its Facebook account telling fans and well wishers to make charitable donations to children’s foundations of their choice instead of sending flowers or cards. That would be a more worthy deed that will serve the memory the innocent little baby well.
The baby had nothing technically wrong with it. She had sort of died of natural causes which remain a mystery even now. As the small child slowly expired away in Chelsea and Randy’s arms, they couldn’t believe that they were going through this extreme tragedy.
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It seemed to be a moment of existential crisis as the couple asked their Creator why they had to part with their dearly beloved baby daughter. But the Lord gives and the Lord takes away. May Randy and Chelsea find solace in the fact that the whole community and the world at large are with them in their sheer sorrow which only time will heal.
Out of respect for the Rogers family, RRB will be canceling the show at the Lumberyard this Friday night. Thanks for understanding. -TeamRRB— Randy Rogers Band (@rrbchoir) June 10, 2015