Pictures of Enzo's Memorial Service

On October 6, 2010, 6-month old Enzo was in a car accident with his parents and older brother and sister. Almost 48 hours later, he went home to be with Jesus. This blog is run by his family members and is our way of sharing our grief and hope with everyone who cares to visit. We rejoice in knowing that one day we will be reunited with Enzo in eternity! If you would like to contact us, you can email us at (not case-sensitive).

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Latest update tonight

... or shall I say this morning? How did it get to be 2:30 a.m. already?
I just spoke to Kate and the X-rays have come back and shown that Zo has a slightly bruised windpipe, but the doctors aren't concerned about it. And other than the head injury, the rest of his body is in good shape and intact. Yay!
Of course the head injury isn't good though.... the doctor said it will get worse before it gets better. It will be some time before they know exactly what they are dealing with.
Not that ANYTHING about this has been funny... but if you would like to be distracted for a slight moment from all of this heavy information, I will pass along a slightly amusing tidbit. Apparently the impact knocked Kate's shoes right off of her feet. When she jumped out of the car (after they stopped spinning) to get her kids, she realized she had no shoes on. I asked where the shoes were and she doesn't know because she never returned to the car. Then I asked Kate what she is wearing on her feet right now at the hospital. She said that a lady stopped and gave her the shoes right off her own feet. Amazing how wonderful people can be!


  1. I was at the scene...I hope little Enzo is doing okay! If you need anything gcontact me,

  2. Oh my goodness! That is so interesting about the shoes! I am so glad someone gave her some. Every little bit of kindness and love shown to your sister and her family is important right now.

    I will keep praying for Enzo. (And your family.)

  3. Hi, I am Sophie, one of Beth's good friends from the Army and am here to lend a hand and to send many many needed prayers your guys way! The shoe story is definatley something to chuckle about! But I will pray for baby Enzo and tell Terri that as soon as I get up there I will be there to help out with ANYTHING! Much love to the ENTIRE Babcock family and their childrens children

  4. Praying for Enzo and the family all the way from Germany!! Keep us posted!!

  5. I found your blog via the comments section on the KOMO site - I'm a new mom & cannot imagine what your sister & family are going through. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
    - Staci

  6. I too found your blog via the newspaper article. I am so sorry for what your family is enduring right now. The story about the shoes brought tears to my eyes. I will add Enzo and your entire family to my prayers.
    From: Another Silverdale Mom

  7. I was once in a very serious car accident that nearly took my own life. Theres a good chance noone will find out who the lady was that gave up her shoes . During the time of my accident, there was a man who helped me to get out of my car, and even gave me a cigarette. I never got his name, nor know where he came from. I call him my Guardian Angel. I will never forget what he looked like, as I still want to thank him for his help. Baby Enzo will be in my prayers also, and for his family. My prayers that Enzo will have a speedy recovery with no side effects from this horrible crash. Everyday to get stronger . Believe there was guardian angels surrounding that horrific accident and pray for a miraculous recovery.
    Thoughts and prayers from
    Schenectady , NY