Bexley Landis Baer
Bexley Landis Baer, identical twin sister to Brenley Baer, daughter of Talia and Andy Baer, granddaughter of Tom & Teresa Evans, Terry & Judy Markham, Jocelyn & Greg Bailey, and Bill and Jeanne Baer was born at CAMC Women’s & Children’s Hospital on Thursday, January 20, 2022 and walked into Jesus’ arms immediately. Even being born at 26 weeks and 6 days, she was perfect beyond belief, all the way down to her fingernails and every system in her body being completely knit together. Many lives were forever touched by her presence and the legacy she so quickly left.
“We didn’t have to look into your eyes to fall in love with you. We didn’t need to hear you cry to know you loved us too. We didn’t need to hold your hand to cherish you for always. Within my womb, we shared our hearts. You touched our souls. You sweetened our spirits. You gave us memories we’ll hold dear. Yes, our hearts ache since you departed too soon. But a father and a mother’s love does not end with death. For you are our child. Forever our love is yours.” – Words by Danielle Chavez and adopted by Bexley’s parents.
A special thank you goes out to each and every person who prayed for Talia, Andy, and the girls throughout the pregnancy and in the days since the twins were born. Without those prayers and Jesus’ love carrying them through, neither Talia nor Andy would have been able to put one foot in front of the other throughout this very trying time.
Saturday, February 5, 2022 there will be a public memorial service at 1 p.m. at Anderson McDaniel Funeral Home, Pomeroy, Ohio. The service will be live streamed on Facebook as well at Talia Markham Baer’s page.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, Andy and Talia ask that anyone wishing to give something to consider donating to the CAMC Foundation directed to the NICU or bring receiving blankets, burp cloths, premie hats, or premie clothing to be used at the 30-bed NICU facility where sister Brenley is receiving great care. When giving online, use this link: https://camcfoundation.org/ways-to-give/give-to-honor-or-remember/