Mum-of-four Bryony Black, 30, left flowers and a heart card to Shaw Black in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, which read: “Mummy can’t even begin to tell you how much you will be missed
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A mum has left a heartbreaking message outside the home where her baby son was taken ill before he died.
Devastated mum-of-four Bryony Black, 30, left flowers and a heart card to Shaw Black, which read: “Mummy can’t even begin to tell you how much you will be missed.
The address in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, has been sealed off as police investigate the tragedy.
The heartbroken mum has left a moving tribute to her tragic five month old son whose death is being investigated by cops.
Ms Black, a full time mum, wrote: “To my beautiful baby boy.
“Mummy can’t even begin to tell you how much you will be missed.
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“The world seems to be so still and silent without you here, putting the world to rights. You have left a big hole in mine, your brothers, and so many of the family and friends’ hearts.
“I will love you always. Share hugs and kisses until I see your beautiful face again.”
The little lad is survived by twins Andy and Billy, aged six, and another child James. Bryony is separated from the baby’s dad Alex, since around the time of the birth.
The other children are said to be in the care of Mrs Black’s mother.
West Yorkshire Police are continuing inquiries in the quiet street of Windsor Gardens, Shaw Cross, Dewsbury.
A force spokesman said: “Emergency services were called to an address in Dewsbury on Monday to a report that a baby had been taken ill.
“The boy was taken to hospital for treatment but sadly passed away. Enquiries are ongoing into the circumstances regarding the death at this time. The family is being supported by specially trained officers.”
Neighbours said Bryony had lived in the two bedroom flat for four or five years.
A friend said: “We don’t know what’s happened. All that we know is the baby has died. No one knows nothing. We don’t know where the mum is.
“The police are there guarding in the doorway. The baby died Monday at 10am.The police have been here since Monday. But we do not know what has been gong off. It is all rumours at the moment.
A local grandma who is also a friend of the family added: “He was a lovely little boy. A lovely little lad. It is so sad
“Our grandkids used to play out with her kids. She used to come across with the baby.
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“The kids never wanted for nothing.”
Another local added: “Police are guarding no one is allowed in the flat the police have been taking pictures inside but we don’t know what’s what.
“The kids were always playing out. She always came out and played football with them for hours. She would buy stuff for the kids to play, like colouring books and pencils.
“She spent sixty of seventy pounds on 2,000 bullets for Nerf guns (toy guns which fire sponge “bullets”) – for kids in the neighbourhood.
“They were shooting them all over the estate. It took us about three hours to pick them all up.”