I don't have a ton of them, but when I do have a good day, the next is filled with guilt for being happy for a moment, fear that I'm dishonoring or forgetting you, worry that you think you weren't important enough to grieve over every single day.
Stillness about grief
This is such a powerful truth. Most of the time, Im just trying to keep my sh**together, terrified to move forward, terriefied to look back.
Beautiful letter from our child
I would say this is true in most cases, but you've got to remember where that parent is in the grieving process and keep that in mind.
Demolishes even more when you go through that loss entirely alone. Thanks again douchebag for being absent on the day our child died.
I will always be Her Mother my Sweet Girl Faith
The valley of grief Mummy misses you Shayden💕
My Angel Baby Daughter
My sweet son Brandon :(
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The longest walk home, reminds me of a little childhood friend and the loss her mother endured.
it's a dark miserable journey that I wish no one had to take.
"The world around you moves on as if your life was never shattered and all you want the world to do is say that your baby mattered." -AJ Clark Coates SO TRUE