I’m not going to make it a habit to post copies of Twitter responses, but as this site was setup to document the replies to initial tweets about Danielle, it seems fitting to conclude with the responses to the address I gave at Danielle’s funeral yesterday.

It continues to be a real source of comfort to both myself and Liza to read your responses and to appreciate how Danielle’s short life did have a real impact. We plan to add a few further posts about Danielle, perhaps also one about why I used Twitter, but this is the last time I plan to grab responses and add them to this site.

April 13 18:28
We had our baby daughter's funeral today – this is a copy of the funeral address -
http://www.djfield.co.uk/2010/04/13/funeral-address/

chrisrat: @andyfield I have no idea how you managed to get through that – a lovely and emotional address
amandasalt: @andyfield that was so beautiful, Andy, I hope the funeral brought you some comfort
johnelworthy: @andyfield I had no idea of your family's grief, thankyou for putting the address on the web. It is poignant and deeply moving
ZoeRoss19: @andyfield just a gorgeous address, Andy- she clearly was a brave (& very beautiful) baby. Best wishes. http://bit.ly/bHR3c0
sghani: @andyfield a very poignant address. So sorry to hear about your loss.
valleseco: @andyfield God bless you all. Can't even begin to think how you must be feeling.
4goggas: @andyfield What a moving tribute to your daughter, Andy. A brave post by Liza too.
geraldhaigh1: @andyfield Thank you for sharing your talk Andy. Again, you've made it possible for Danielle to touch all of us in different ways.
natsait: @andyfield they are beautiful words Andy, a lovely tribute on a sad day, our thoughts are with you.
neilmcdonald7: @andyfield What an amazing tribute to a special little girl. Got a lump in the throat thinking of what those words truly mean. God bless
shervette1: @andyfield such beautiful words. As always you are in my thoughts and prayers.
tricias: @andyfield thnks for sharing, she was a little girl who touched a lot of lives. Will continue to think of you all as you take the next steps
  • samantha litton

    mr field i am deverstanted to hear your loss of your baby doughter Danielle i hope that everything in the future will turn out ok for you. i can not honestly say how sorry i am thought in the picturs u and your famile look verry happy together and Danielle and Jennifer look verry sweet, i look forward to seeing you back at shool all my thoughts and best wishes Samantha Litton x

  • Debbie Reed

    Liza and Andy – my thoughts have been with you since your gorgeous daughter Danielle was born – what a beautiful little girl she was, as beautiful as her big sister, who I have the pleasure of seeing everyday at pre-school. Your triubte to her is one that will last forever and I am sure there wont be a minute of the day when you are not thinking about her. She was a lucky little girl having you as her Mummy and Daddy and of course the very special Jennifer as her big Sister, sending big hugs to you all – Debbie Reed (Rainbow)

  • pammac1971

    To The Field Family

    Sophie told us about your tragic news about baby Danielle this morning and would like to express our sincere condolancies at this difficult time. I see this beautiful poem the other day and thought I would send it.

    I thought of you today, but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and days before that, too. I think of you in silence. I often speak your name. All I have are memories and a picture in a frame. Your memories are a keepsake, from which will never part. God has you in his keeping. I have you in my ……HEART

    With all our heart felt wishes
    Pam McNamara and family x x x x

  • sarahgleeson

    Hi Andy,

    Not sure if you remember me or not – my name is Sarah Gleeson and I worked in the English department for about a year while Lynn Anderson was on maternity leave. I'm from Ireland. Anyway, I just heard about the passing of your beautiful baby girl Danielle and I wanted to extend my heartfelt condolenses to you and your wife Liza and daughter Jennifer. She was a beautiful little girl and I thought that your funeral address was so moving.
    I just wanted to extend my love and support to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    With love,
    Sarah Gleeson.

  • Ruth Venni

    To the Field Family,

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your beautiful daughter Danielle. My thoughts are with you.

    Kind regards,
    Ruth Venni
    (Ex-student)

  • Kim Wheeler

    To you and your Family,
    I am so so sorry to hear about this sad news as I return to March for the summer.
    I just want to say that this tribute is such a moving story to read, and so fitting for such a beautiful girl, and the pictures are so lovely. I hope you are getting stronger each day, and can look back with fondness on the short time Danielle got to spend with her loving family.
    All my best wishes,
    Kim Wheeler

  • Gail

    Hi Bumped into this looking for something completely different actually. Just wanted to say how sorry I am to know of what happened to you and to your lovely little girl. Life can be so disgustingly unfair. I have no children of my own but I have lost 3 people in my life to serious illness, been a carer myself and had considerable medical problems. You must both have such terrible emotional pain. I dont suppose you will ever 'get over it' but you might, in time, may be along time, get used to what has happened as best you can and find a way forward. My thought and wishes are with you. Gail Lambert

  • http://twitter.com/KristianStill Kristian Still

    Seeing your fathers Tweet, I thought I would just pop in to wish you well, and pass on my regards to your family.

    The Still Family

  • http://twitter.com/stevo39x Stephen Fone

    My thoughts are with you both and my prays for the future. All the best, Steve.