The Reason Baby Sevyn JHA’NAI Died – Mom The Reason Baby Sevyn JHA’NAI Died – Mom
My baby girl Sevyn JHA’NAI she was born February 11th 2018 and passed away May 16th 2018 a day after my birthday.  My birthday... The Reason Baby Sevyn JHA’NAI Died – Mom

My baby girl Sevyn JHA’NAI she was born February 11th 2018 and passed away May 16th 2018 a day after my birthday. 

My birthday was May 15th and my sweet face angel was only 3 months old. She was healthy as she can be and passed from SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the unexplained death, usually during sleep, of a seemingly healthy baby less than a year old. SIDS is sometimes known as crib death because the infants often die in their cribs.

Although the cause is unknown, it appears that SIDS might be associated with defects in the portion of an infant’s brain that controls breathing and arousal from sleep.

 Researchers have discovered some factors that might put babies at extra risk. They’ve also identified measures you can take to help protect your child from SIDS. Perhaps the most important is placing your baby on his or her back to sleep.


A combination of physical and sleep environmental factors can make an infant more vulnerable to SIDS. These factors vary from child to child.

Physical factors

Physical factors associated with SIDS include:

  • Brain defects. Some infants are born with problems that make them more likely to die of SIDS. In many of these babies, the portion of the brain that controls breathing and arousal from sleep hasn’t matured enough to work properly.
  • Low birth weight. Premature birth or being part of a multiple birth increases the likelihood that a baby’s brain hasn’t matured completely, so he or she has less control over such automatic processes as breathing and heart rate.
  • Respiratory infection. Many infants who died of SIDS had recently had a cold, which might contribute to breathing problems.

Sleep environmental factors

The items in a baby’s crib and his or her sleeping position can combine with a baby’s physical problems to increase the risk of SIDS. Examples include:

  • Sleeping on the stomach or side. Babies placed in these positions to sleep might have more difficulty breathing than those placed on their backs.
  • Sleeping on a soft surface. Lying face down on a fluffy comforter, a soft mattress or a waterbed can block an infant’s airway.
  • Sharing a bed. While the risk of SIDS is lowered if an infant sleeps in the same room as his or her parents, the risk increases if the baby sleeps in the same bed with parents, siblings or pets.
  • Overheating. Being too warm while sleeping can increase a baby’s risk of SIDS.

Risk factors

Although sudden infant death syndrome can strike any infant, researchers have identified several factors that might increase a baby’s risk. They include:

  • Sex. Boys are slightly more likely to die of SIDS.
  • Age. Infants are most vulnerable between the second and fourth months of life.
  • Race. For reasons that aren’t well-understood, nonwhite infants are more likely to develop SIDS.
  • Family history. Babies who’ve had siblings or cousins die of SIDS are at higher risk of SIDS.
  • Secondhand smoke. Babies who live with smokers have a higher risk of SIDS.
  • Being premature. Both being born early and having a low birth weight increase your baby’s chances of SIDS.

Maternal risk factors

During pregnancy, the mother also affects her baby’s risk of SIDS, especially if she:

  • Is younger than 20
  • Smokes cigarettes
  • Uses drugs or alcohol
  • Has inadequate prenatal care


There’s no guaranteed way to prevent SIDS, but you can help your baby sleep more safely by following these tips:

  • Back to sleep. Place your baby to sleep on his or her back, rather than on the stomach or side, every time you — or anyone else — put the baby to sleep for the first year of life. This isn’t necessary when your baby’s awake or able to roll over both ways without help.

    Don’t assume that others will place your baby to sleep in the correct position — insist on it. Advise sitters and child care providers not to use the stomach position to calm an upset baby.

  • Keep the crib as bare as possible. Use a firm mattress and avoid placing your baby on thick, fluffy padding, such as lambskin or a thick quilt. Don’t leave pillows, fluffy toys or stuffed animals in the crib. These can interfere with breathing if your baby’s face presses against them.
  • Don’t overheat your baby. To keep your baby warm, try a sleep sack or other sleep clothing that doesn’t require additional covers. Don’t cover your baby’s head.
  • Have your baby sleep in in your room. Ideally, your baby should sleep in your room with you, but alone in a crib, bassinet or other structure designed for infants, for at least six months, and, if possible, up to a year.

    Adult beds aren’t safe for infants. A baby can become trapped and suffocate between the headboard slats, the space between the mattress and the bed frame, or the space between the mattress and the wall. A baby can also suffocate if a sleeping parent accidentally rolls over and covers the baby’s nose and mouth.

  • Breast-feed your baby, if possible. Breast-feeding for at least six months lowers the risk of SIDS.
  • Don’t use baby monitors and other commercial devices that claim to reduce the risk of SIDS. The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages the use of monitors and other devices because of ineffectiveness and safety issues.
  • Offer a pacifier. Sucking on a pacifier without a strap or string at naptime and bedtime might reduce the risk of SIDS. One caveat — if you’re breast-feeding, wait to offer a pacifier until your baby is 3 to 4 weeks old and you’ve settled into a nursing routine.

    If your baby’s not interested in the pacifier, don’t force it. Try again another day. If the pacifier falls out of your baby’s mouth while he or she is sleeping, don’t pop it back in.

  • Immunize your baby. There’s no evidence that routine immunizations increase SIDS risk. Some evidence indicates immunizations can help prevent SIDS.

I was told she was just to perfect and I believed that but she was mine I carried her for 9 months.  She was her father twin it was told to me at her funeral that she was born in the 2nd month (February) and passed in the 5th month 2+5=Sevyn I named her Sevyn because she was my last out of 7 children I’m mouring and I don’t wish this pain on no mother or father.

Rest In Peace Sevyn!!

Obinna Onyia

  • Syrena Butler

    2018-09-27 #1 Author

    Babies are beautiful❤


    • Skylàr

      2018-09-29 #2 Author

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  • Alexia Fortney

    2018-09-27 #3 Author

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  • Mahogany Miller

    2018-09-27 #6 Author

    This is soo sad & heartbreaking 😔


  • shereeka

    2018-09-28 #7 Author

    This was so devastaring I wish that this could have prevented. Lord allow these babies to rest peacefully in your boosom


  • Yllarey Kyle M. Devera

    2018-09-28 #8 Author

    I feel Sorry. But God has plans for us and I know Baby Sevyn is now with him in peace.


  • Colleen

    2018-09-28 #9 Author

    Rip beautiful angel 💕


  • Franves

    2018-09-28 #10 Author

    So sad rest in peace


  • Keekee

    2018-09-28 #11 Author

    R.i.p Baby Sevyn Jha’nai 🙏🏽💞


  • rachel

    2018-09-29 #12 Author

    awe the baby is so cute… she looks so adorable.. im so very so that she passed away… things like this shouldnt happen to nice and good people… she looks so precious.. God knows and can hear prayer… now shes with god and god has plans for everyone… one mirical is gone just for people to have anothef one thats better… not saying that she isnt the best because she looks so happy and seems like she was everything in the world… She is now in heaven.. hopefully you get another blessing if you arw still trying to have another baby …


  • Maddie

    2018-09-29 #13 Author

    This is so sad , may this sweet , beautiful baby Rest In Peace. ❤️


  • Melina

    2018-09-29 #14 Author

    I had a baby that passed away from SIDS it’s one of the hardest things to deal with not understanding why or how prayers to her family


  • Qeneshiea

    2018-09-29 #15 Author

    So sorry for your loss beautiful baby girl


  • Moesha

    2018-09-29 #16 Author

    Rip babyGirl 🙏🏾😪


  • Sacoya

    2018-09-29 #17 Author

    This is very sad. Even sadder we Really have no way of knowing why


  • Latonya Johnson

    2018-09-29 #18 Author

    That’s So Sad Man


  • Tia

    2018-09-30 #19 Author

    This is so sad & baby girl r.i.h


  • Shaquetta

    2018-09-30 #20 Author

    Such a beautiful angel 😇


  • Brooklyn

    2018-10-01 #21 Author

    This is so sad . Rest in peace baby girl


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