Gavin Lee Robbins died on January 2, 2017, in Dallas, TX at two years old. Gavin went to be an angel in heaven after a tragic accident occurred in Midlothian, TX. Gavin was born on August 25, 2014, at Methodist Charlton Hospital. He is survived by his mother Anna Marie Robbins and father Sean David Robbins, his older siblings Madeline Marie and Ethan David. Grandparents Mark and Jan Hawkins, Uncle Chris Hawkins. Great Grandmother Mary Hawkins. Great Aunt Suzan Davidson and cousin Gage Charles Davison. Grandparents Scott and Monique Robbins. Uncle Michael and Aunt Valorie King (TaTa) and cousins Kaylee, Ava, and Ady. His Uncle Chris and Aunt Cassie. And his Aunt Gisela Robbins, cousins Lilly, Laela and Luke, and his favorite companion and dog Jazz. He attended his loving school and childcare at The Palace Academy in Midlothian. Gavin and his family just moved to the home of their dreams in Ovilla, Tx that has become a sanctuary and light for their family. Gavin was a special surprise for Sean and Anna that became the biggest blessing of their life. Throughout his creation, it was discovered by Dr. Jorge Saldivar that Gavin would be born with a cleft lip, but through medical testing, no one was able to determine the severity of his case. The moment he came out of the womb, we were elated to learn our precious child had only his lip affected, which was an answer to so many prayers. The entire delivery room cried at the miracle of how healthy of a baby he became. Gavin survived so many trials through surgery to repair his lip, and many around the world followed his story because of the miracle he was. Gavin was a bright light wherever he went and a lover of everyone. He could make everyone around him chuckle and belly laugh at any given moment. His pronunciation was admired and utterly adored. His gummy vitamins were one of many favorite things, including tractors, trains, bath time, summertime swimming and picnics, swinging at the park, and his "good guy blankie." He was a rough and tough little boy and such a ladies man. Gavin said hi to anyone that passed by and hugged anyone he met. Gavin had the charisma to turn a frown completely around. He had the aura of an angel on earth, and everyone knew that about him. There is no comprehension how a boy becomes an angel twice, but Gavin has. Although nothing in our life is ever going to be the same, we pray; God, please give us strength, wisdom, and endurance to better carry this burden.
We will always love and miss you, precious Gavin.
Romans 8:18 - “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that that is to be revealed to us.”