The singer posted a video of herself on Instagram on Thursday evening, releasing a song that she dedicated to Tegen, and thanking fans for their greetings and prayers.
“What a wonderful gift it is to be able to bring life to the world. We have experienced the miracle, the power and the joy of this gift, and now we have deeply felt the fragility within it.”
He added, “I wrote this song because I am confident that as long as we walk on this earth, we will hold each other’s hands through every tear, every up and down, every test.” “We promised this to each other on our wedding day seven years ago, and we’ve faced every challenge that has made the promise more powerful, more resilient. We’ll have love. We’ll never break.”
The couple announced the death of their son Jack on their social media channels on October 1, after Tygan was hospitalized with a bed rest and bleeding for “a little over a month”.
A statement shared on his social media channels said, “We are shocked and the kind of deep pain you just hear about, the kind of grief we have never felt before,” shared on their social media channels. The statement said.
“Despite bags and bags for blood transfusions, we were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed,” the post said. “That wasn’t enough.”
The couple has been praised for being open about their grief and pregnancy struggles.
The couple waited until after the birth to name the baby, but this time they started calling Jack “the little guy in my belly,” the statement with the first two pregnancies said.
“It will always be a jack for us,” the statement said. “JK worked hard to be part of our small family, and it will be forever.”
CNN’s Madeline Holcombe and JS Satto contributed to this report.