DENVER (CBS4)– Ashley Moser was critically injured in the shooting at the Century 16 theater in Aurora July 20. Her 6-year-old daughter, Veronica Moser-Sullivan, was one of the 12 people who died.

Ashley is pregnant with her second child. Jamison Toews is Ashley’s boyfriend of two years. He is the father of their unborn child.

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“Just keep fighting, baby. I love you. I just want to be by your side,” said Toews.

The couple saw the baby’s ultrasound picture just hours before the shooting changed their lives forever.

“Everything was good. She’s eight weeks today,” said Toews.

Toews said he is trying to be strong for Moser from a distance.

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He describes the horrific experience in watching Ashley get shot the night he was with her and Veronica.

“Another bullet came and hit her right in the chest, right in front of me and she just fell right back down,” said Jaimson Toews. “I saw what you never want to see and it was Veronica’s lifeless body lying there.”

Veronica Moser-Sullivan (credit: CBS)

Toews and his family are doing what they can to send positive thoughts Ashley’s way. Toews believes she is finding strength from within, “I think that maybe the baby could be her reason to live.”

Toews hasn’t seen Ashley since the shooting. Visitors at the hospital have been limited to immediate family.

Toews has heard that Ashley may be paralyzed.

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Don’t miss a special hour long report on CBS4 on Friday at 4 p.m. titled “Movie Theater Tragedy: Remember, Honor Support” which will look back at the week following the Aurora shootings.