Pretoria couple's pain and joy after losing six-year-old son just days after welcoming third child

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Jamie Lee and Quintin Pienk were celebrating the birth of their newborn, Aiden, when the sudden loss of their eldest son, Dylan, turned their world upside down. (Photo: Lubabalo Lesolle)
Jamie Lee and Quintin Pienk were celebrating the birth of their newborn, Aiden, when the sudden loss of their eldest son, Dylan, turned their world upside down. (Photo: Lubabalo Lesolle)

The eight-day-old baby lies peacefully in his mother’s arms. His tummy is full, his nappy is clean, he is warm and comfortable – without a care in the world.

But when he is old enough, his parents will tell him of the drama that surrounded his birth and the unthinkable tragedy that followed.

Jamie Lee Pienk (27) and her husband, Quintin (27), may be basking in the glow that follows the birth of a baby but the house is shrouded in sadness.

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