Olivia Plath honored her brother Micah Meggs, who recently died in a bike accident, in a touching tribute on social media Friday.
“I’ve rewritten this a few times because somehow I have no words, even though inside of me is a vortex of every emotion possible,” the reality star captioned throwback photos of herself and the late teen on Instagram Friday.
“You’ll always be in my heart, Micah Titus. You deserved so much, and I don’t think you knew just how loved you are.”
She concluded, “I will miss your laugh so much.”
The “Welcome to Plathville” star, 25, explained she “wasn’t allowed” to see Micah for several years because she chose a “non-religious different life path” than her parents, Don and Karen Meggs.
“I can’t stop thinking about all of the memories we never got to make and how I missed out on the last few years of his life,” Plath continued, before adding that she helped raise her younger brother.
“When growing up in a large family, the older kids often become like parents to the younger kids.”
“Micah was my baby; I was 9 when he was born and I remember that day like yesterday,” the TV star then explained.
“I potty trained him, taught him to read, carried him around on my hip and then piggyback style, and felt largely responsible for him.”
Plath said Micah suffered from cerebral palsy, which was “caused by a Brachial Plexus injury during his birth.” The disorder “made it difficult for him to do the things he enjoyed.”
The reality star asked her followers not to send her family flowers, but to instead donate to the Brachial Plexus Foundation, which provides information, support and leadership to those with brachial plexus injuries around the world.
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“Micah was only 15 and died in a tragic accident. Life isn’t promised; hug your loved ones a little tighter today. ❤️🩹,” Plath concluded.
Virginia State Police previously revealed that Micah was riding his electric bicycle at night on a major highway when a car struck him on May 4.
The 15-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver was not injured.
The teen is survived by his nine siblings and his parents.