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10/27/2009 at 12:00 PM ET

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Blackrose on

Rest in Peace little Shiloh :(

Nancy on

About a month ago or so I watched a documentary on TV about Shiloh. Didn’t know of her until then! So sad!!! :o( She sure was one happy girl in the video and it’s the way her mother said in the article: “She did everything with a zest for life” RIP Shiloh

Allie-Rose on

RIP little Shiloh. I read the other day she was a huge wrestling fan and wrestlers like John Cena had arranged for her to go to the Backlash PPV back in April and I found that so nice of them!

Robyn on

Regarding Japan studying the 19 lb Indonesian baby, I don’t understand WHY they want to study him. His mother had diabetes and didn’t take care for it. Too much sugar was introduced to the baby so he grew larger and larger. What’s to study, exactly?

Brooke on

I loved little Shiloh sooo much! What a happy girl and a great role model. Rest In Peace, Shiloh!

Olivia on

So sorry to hear of Shiloh’s passing.

RE: cereal marketed to kids being unhealthy. Well, duh. Haven’t we know that for years? That why my mother would never buy the “kids” cereal when I was growing up.


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