A Thank You

Here's a picture of the thank you card sent to my from Massena Memorial Hospital. 
There line about it showing angel mother's they are not alone is what keeps me going with this program. I remember feeling isolated. Being told I should be over it, that I needed to move on. But recently I came across another comment someone wrote (and forgive me that I don't remember who). But they said we spend a life time loving and caring for our living children...so why aren't we expected to grieve children lost just as long? Think on that...

I will forever miss Kaitlin. I will ALWAYS love her, ALWAYS remember her, and ALWAYS grieve her death. And I know now that I'm NOT alone in this and never will be. 

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