Family's heartbreaking tribute to 'beautiful baby girl' who died aged one after cardiac arrest at home

THE grieving family of a one-year-old toddler have paid a touching tribute to their “beautiful baby girl” after she suffered a cardiac arrest at home.

Elaina Rose Aziz’s family paid tribute as two people that had been arrested in connection with her death were released on bail.

Little Elaina was rushed to hospital after being found "seriously unwell" at a house on the evening of August 6.

Emergency services rushed to the scene in Nuneaton, Warks, but the youngster was pronounced dead a short time later.

Today, heartbroken family members paid a moving tribute to their "perfect little miracle" in a statement released by Warwickshire Police.

They said: "Our whole family is absolutely heartbroken and devastated at the loss of our beautiful baby girl, Elaina Rose.

"She was enormously loved and adored by us all; she was our daughter, granddaughter, great granddaughter and niece.

"Elaina only ever knew happiness and our love and devotion.

"Elaina was our little miracle, perfect in every way, and the most loved and adored little princess there could ever be.

"She was beautiful inside and out, with her bouncy soft curls in her masses of hair and the longest of eyelashes.

"Her smile was enough to melt anyone's heart, and her giggle was so infectious.

"She was always a happy little girl who loved learning to sing and sign with Mr Tumble and her nightly snuggles with Pepe Nana watching Moon and Me.

"She had lots of adventures out in the countryside; she loved listening to the birdies sing and the wind in the trees.


"She will forever be in our hearts and minds and will travel with us wherever we may venture until we meet again. Goodnight baby girl.

"She was given by God as a pure gift and taken back into his loving arms; she was too angelic to be in this world."

Elaina's father said in Arabic: "Verily we belong to God, and to him we will return."

The force said a post mortem carried out last week was unable to ascertain a cause of a death and detectives are awaiting further results.

A 34-year-old man and 25-year-old woman arrested at the time are currently on bail as police enquiries continue.

Detective Inspector Gareth Unett, of Warwickshire Police, said previously: "We've launched a thorough investigation, which is very much in its early stages.

"We're keen to understand exactly what happened and would like to hear from anyone who has information that could help with our ongoing enquiries."

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said at the time: "We were called at 9.26pm to a residential property on Top Knot Close, Nuneaton to reports of an unwell child.

"Two ambulances, a paramedic officer and an ambulance from East Midlands Ambulance Service attended the scene.

"One girl was in a serious condition and received emergency treatment on scene before being taken on blue lights to hospital."

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