To our lovely Chloe, we will miss you so very much.  

Meeting you at the start of our family journey and then having you alongside us for the last 14 years was so special and when I look back in years to come, you will always be a big part of my memories when our girls were little; from bumps, to babies, toddlers to teenagers and all the good and bad times those years held for us.

Chloe really was something special.  Her warmth, kindness, compassion, energy, positivity, insightfulness, slightly chaotic tendencies! and humour was a package so unique I can definitely say I have never met, nor likely to ever meet someone like her again – she was an absolute one off!!

Chloe seemed to live a life with lots of luck, both good and bad.  I admired her determination and struggles with Maisie’s food allergies and how she coped with whatever stresses the family were going through but also she was blessed to have such amazing kids and husband, Steve by her side.  Her luck at the school tombola (and every other competition she entered) was off the scale and we always had a good laugh at the numerous bottles she won, generally enough to fill a shopping trolley.

I know Chloe loved Linn Park, as do I, and whenever walking the dog I could always see Chloe coming a mile off with her blonde hair bouncing along in the sunlight and an equally bright smile.  Such a welcome sight and you always knew you were in for a good laugh and blether.   Linn Park will always remind me of Chloe and I feel so blessed that I can have a daily reminder of my beautiful friend so nearby.

Goodbye Chloe, we will always keep you in our hearts and minds. Xxx

Lydia, Jason, Laurel & Josie

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