A young mother of an eight-month-old baby sadly took her own life. The 24-year-old mother killed herself weeks before her 24th birthday. Chloe McDaid was found dead by her father on July 2. Her mother has delivered a heartbreaking tribute.
Chloe’s Battle With Mental Health
The youthful mother was a resident of Wallasey on the Wirral in Merseyside. Everyone who knew her described her as a friend to all. Adding that her smile would light up a room. Chloe’s mother said that her daughter had lost her fight with her mental health problems. Even though she had talked about it to her friends and family. Her mother added that she had never expected Chloe to do this. She said, “I sometimes say to God, why did you take her, we need to have more people like Chloe here”.
Following the incident, the family has got on board with several charity ventures. They along with Chloe’s friends are trying to raise money for mental health support. Furthermore, the family is also hoping to get a memorial bench made with Chloe’s name. They are planning to make the bench brightly colored with messages like “you are loved”. Also, it will include mental health charity phone numbers for people to seek help.
Mother’s Tribute To Her Daughter
Chloe’s mother Mandy in her tribute to her daughter said that she was a wonderful mother. She loved her daughter Melodie. Adding that she had since saved the lives of four people by having registered to be an organ donor. Mrs. McDaid also said that she was a very social person who had a lot of friends. She also had many interests when she was younger such as gymnastics and making clothes and always looked good.
On the other hand, Chloe’s friend Jessica Jones said that she was an amazing mum. Adding that she was genuinely an amazing mother and an amazing friend. Not only did she make all the baby food on her own but also take Melodie swimming every other week. Lastly, Mrs. McDaid added that her family is making a book of memories for Melodie about her mother. Moreover, an inquiry into her death will be held on October 3.