Surrounded by memories of Madden (his crib, changing dresser and shadow boxes) Amanda Pickman wears a shirt with a note to Madden, as she kisses her son Malachi in their bedroom in Kansas City, Mo. The Pickmans lost a baby, Madden, due to positional asphyxia, which typically occurs when babies sleep in adult beds.
Surrounded by memories of Madden (his crib, changing dresser and shadow boxes) Amanda Pickman wears a shirt with a note to Madden, as she kisses her son Malachi in their bedroom in Kansas City, Mo. The Pickmans lost a baby, Madden, due to positional asphyxia, which typically occurs when babies sleep in adult beds. Kansas City Star
Surrounded by memories of Madden (his crib, changing dresser and shadow boxes) Amanda Pickman wears a shirt with a note to Madden, as she kisses her son Malachi in their bedroom in Kansas City, Mo. The Pickmans lost a baby, Madden, due to positional asphyxia, which typically occurs when babies sleep in adult beds. Kansas City Star

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