Woman Who Posed With 20,000 Bees On Her Belly In Her Maternity Photo-shoot Suffers Stillbirth

In a heartbreaking post on her Facebook page, Mueller details everything from when she first suspected there was a problem when she stopped feeling the baby kicking, to the the moment she gave birth surrounded by caring nurses and doctors.

‘So many people awaited the arrival of our sweet famous baby who was the star of our wonderful bee maternity photo shoot. Jesus decided he needed his own beekeeper and took our precious son, Emersyn Jacob, back up to Heaven with him,’ Mueller wrote.

Emily Mueller, 33, shared that her baby, a boy, was ‘born an angel’ and was stillborn. The couple shared tragic pictures with their baby’s body on Facebook
The experienced beekeeper posed with 20,000 swarming bees in her maternity photos in South Akron, Ohio in August which brought her infamy on social media
Mueller became unsettled about not feeling any movement from her baby. She and her husband went to her midwife’s office to check for a heartbeat when she was told the news her baby had died
The family got to spend a day with the baby boy and took a record of his footprints

‘Our hearts are deeply saddened and broken more than we could have ever imagined. All we truly want are prayers for our family during this difficult time as they have been allowing us to move forward and heal.’

Emily, who has three other children, Cadyn, 10, Madelynn, three and one-year old Westyn said she was preparing for an upcoming event on Thursday and didn’t notice her baby’s lack of movement.

‘By evening I began to realize I had not felt baby move much and had contractions that felt different than any I have had before,’ she wrote. ‘I just told myself he was sleeping but as the time passed, I felt uneasy about it.’

She and her husband decided to go to the hospital to check things out for themselves in order to hear a heartbeat but were sadly told the devastating news that their son had died just days before the due date.

‘Our baby has died. Our baby will never come home with us,’ she wrote. ‘This wonderful rainbow baby we were blessed with has now become a storm in our lives.

‘Finding out your baby died is unfathomable. Learning you have to be induced and deliver your deceased child is way beyond that. My heart instantly ached for any woman that has told me she had a stillborn.’

In a heartbreaking post on her Facebook page, Mueller details everything from when she first suspected there was a problem when she stopped feeling the baby kicking, to the the moment she gave birth surrounded by caring nurses and doctors.

‘So many people awaited the arrival of our sweet famous baby who was the star of our wonderful bee maternity photo shoot. Jesus decided he needed his own beekeeper and took our precious son, Emersyn Jacob, back up to Heaven with him,’ Mueller wrote.

Emily Mueller, 33, shared that her baby, a boy, was ‘born an angel’ and was stillborn. The couple shared tragic pictures with their baby’s body on Facebook
The experienced beekeeper posed with 20,000 swarming bees in her maternity photos in South Akron, Ohio in August which brought her infamy on social media
Mueller became unsettled about not feeling any movement from her baby. She and her husband went to her midwife’s office to check for a heartbeat when she was told the news her baby had died
The family got to spend a day with the baby boy and took a record of his footprints

‘Our hearts are deeply saddened and broken more than we could have ever imagined. All we truly want are prayers for our family during this difficult time as they have been allowing us to move forward and heal.’

Emily, who has three other children, Cadyn, 10, Madelynn, three and one-year old Westyn said she was preparing for an upcoming event on Thursday and didn’t notice her baby’s lack of movement.

‘By evening I began to realize I had not felt baby move much and had contractions that felt different than any I have had before,’ she wrote. ‘I just told myself he was sleeping but as the time passed, I felt uneasy about it.’

She and her husband decided to go to the hospital to check things out for themselves in order to hear a heartbeat but were sadly told the devastating news that their son had died just days before the due date.

‘Our baby has died. Our baby will never come home with us,’ she wrote. ‘This wonderful rainbow baby we were blessed with has now become a storm in our lives.

‘Finding out your baby died is unfathomable. Learning you have to be induced and deliver your deceased child is way beyond that. My heart instantly ached for any woman that has told me she had a stillborn.’

‘Every detail of that moment is forever sketched into my mind and I cannot stop replaying it,’ Mueller wrote. ‘Dr. Sutter sat on my right side looking at the screen and turned to me and said, ‘Your baby has passed.’

The Muellers found out Emersyn was a boy after they had returned from the hospital because the family, who had previously been waiting to find out his gender until he was born, ‘wanted to know who we were mourning.’

She says that she believes her baby died from a blood clotting issue that has caused other family members to suffer miscarriages.

‘I have a very strong feeling that this was a blood clotting issue as those traits have been affecting our immediate family for some time,’ she wrote.

The couple decided to send the placenta in for testing, but there is a possibility they may never know the cause of their baby’s death.

 Mueller runs Mueller Honey Bee Removal with her husband and was comfortable enough to pose with hundreds of insects

In August, Mueller posed with 20,000 bees as part of a maternity photo shoot.

‘Bees have been a huge part of our lives for the past few years so I wanted to incorporate them into something important to me – like my maternity photos,’ she said at the time.

Mueller, who runs Mueller Honey Bee Removal with her husband said she’s always felt comfortable with bees. The two own 24 hives for their company and tend to a whopping 1.2million bees in total.

‘A lot of people think I’m insane but I’m so comfortable with bees so it was never something I had anxiety about,’ she said, revealing she only suffered three minor stings – none on her pregnant belly.

‘I wore a dress that was long and covered my stomach and legs so the bees would be on the outside of my body as a cautionary measure, but I knew it was safe.’

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