Our sweet baby boy, Ezra Grey Dabdoub, was born on December 29th, 2022 at 8 pounds 1 ounce. He was born sleeping. We are so sorry this happened to you. We are so angry that you were taken from us. You didn't deserve this at all, you are too precious and innocent for something like this to happen. You are never going to be replaceable and you will be greatly missed. You are the most beautiful baby we have ever laid our eyes on.
We know you and Winston would have been the best of friends. Our little troublemakers. We are so grateful to have you as our firstborn even though we don't get to enjoy you physically. However, we know you will be with us for the rest of our life. Fly to space for us. We love you so much, Ezra! We also miss you so much. This is so, so hard. We can't sleep, all we think about is you. This is not fair Ezra Grey Dabdoub. We love you so much; every second we held you was the best thing that has happened in our whole life.
Baby boy, you changed me for the best I am so proud to say I'm your daddy!!!!! Mommy and I love you so much and miss you and I know you are up there watching down on us!!! We cherish you forever and we love you, son, so much!!!!!!!!! You were my best friend!!! Love you, my Lil bodybuilder!!!
Love daddy and mommy!!!
Ezra is survived by his mother, Madison Knotts; father, Zachariah Dabdoub; his maternal grandparents, Karen and Chris Knotts; his maternal great-grandparents, Gayle Clement, Lynn and Paul Knotts; his maternal aunt and uncle, Carley and Christopher Knotts; his paternal grandparents, Tina and Muhammad Dabdoub; his paternal great-grandmother, Patricia Lee; his paternal uncles, Youssef Dabdoub, Kamel Dabdoub, Eddie Bradkins; his paternal aunt, Terricka Brackins; and five first cousins.
Clark Funeral Home is honored to care for Baby Ezra Grey Dabdoub and his family.