A heartbreaking newborn photoshoot is exposing the terrible cost of drunken driving.
On August 11, 23-year-old Yeshenia Egiller was killed by a drunken driver while walking in Anaheim, California, with her husband James Alvarez, 36.
Aguilar was 35-weeks pregnant at the time, and when doctors could not save her, they delivered her daughter via C-section – and now Alvarez with a stunning photoshoot of baby Adalyn Rose Alvarez-Aguilar Its mother founded it.
Miss her: Baby Adelene Rose Alvarez-Aguilar posed with photos of her mother, who was killed by a drunken driver
Touching: The little girl was paired with things her mother liked, like makeup
Tragic: On August 11, 23-year-old Yeshenia Egiller was killed by a drunken driver while driving around in Anaheim, California with her husband, James Alvarez, 36.
Horror: The little girl was transported to the ICU via C-section
To do better: he is about two months old now
‘One moment I was holding her hand, and suddenly, I wasn’t,’ Alvarez told Fox 11 in LA at the time of the accident.
In the days following the accident, Alvarez waited to see if his child, who was struggling, would pull over.
‘She’s fighting, she’s a fighter. I just hope that everything goes well, because that is my wife’s last thing. She was very excited to be a mother, ‘he said.
Thankfully, Adayln Rose is almost two months old now and is thriving.
To Good Morning America, he said, “My daughter, the last gift that my wife has given me is a blessing and a miracle.”
“One moment I was holding his hand, and suddenly, I was not,” वlvarez said after the accident.
Tough start: Agular was 35 weeks pregnant when she died, but doctors were able to save her baby, which was given via c-section
“She was very excited to be a mother,” Alvarez said of his late wife.
To celebrate his life, Alvarez had a photoshoot with Adelene Rose, which his wife would have wanted.
Garvey’s father hired photographer Grisel Leyva, who recently shot Egiller and Alvarez for a maternity shoot.
For the newborn photos, Adaline Rose was dressed in pink, wrapped in beautiful swaddles and dressed in beautiful clothes.
She was given a few things that her mother liked, such as her favorite flowers and her wedding veil.
In one shot, a picture from Egiller’s maternity shoot rests on her small hands.
Honor: To celebrate his life, Alvarez had a photoshoot with Adelene Rose, which his wife would like
Photographer wrote three times on Facebook sharing images
Alvarez said, “My daughter, the last gift that my wife has given me is a blessing and a miracle.”
Adjustment: वlvarez, who works at a law firm, is taking year-long leave to care for his new daughter, and a GoFundMe has been set up to cover funeral and medical expenses
Condequences: The driver driving Aguilar was charged with murder and driving under the influence
The photographer, sharing the images, wrote three times on Facebook, not completing “In the Influence”.
Leva explained to GMA, “I want people to think three times – one not twice, three times – because they get behind a wheel, because I think this girl’s life was completely ripped off. ”
वlvarez, who works at a law firm, is taking year-long leave to care for his new daughter, and a GoFundMe has been set up to cover funeral and medical expenses.
Meanwhile, Alvarez’s 15-year-old niece, Emily, is asking to share photos of people holding roses with the hashtag #inhonorofyeseniaaguilar on October 23 to spread awareness about driving under the influence.
Tragedy: Aguilar was killed and killed after Pandolfi lost control of a white jeep driving on 11 August
According to the Anaheim Police Department, Egiller was charged with murder on the colliding driver, driving due to injury caused by drugs, and driving on a suspended license.
Courtney Pandolfi, 40, was jailed for less than 48 hours after she was mortgaged by jeep to Aguilar on the Anaheimer pavement.
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer described Pandolfi’s actions as “beyond shocking” and “absolutely condemnable”.
According to Fox News, Pandolfi has had three previous DUI convictions.
In a statement, DA Spitzer slapped Pandolfi further, saying, ‘It was 100 percent preventable. This woman knew the consequences of driving under the influence and she accomplished it anyway. ‘
‘There is no reason for the death of a 23-year-old mother and her daughter will grow up without hearing her mother’s smile and her voice.’