One step forward, ten steps back

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Re : One step forward, ten steps back

Postby angelkat » Tue Nov 30, 2004 02:21 pm


Many of us that have had a loss often ask ourselves the same question even after we have had another child. This month is hard for me as it's Katlyne's birthday coming up in a few days and I find myself watching her tribute a few times a week along with pulling out some of her things just to hold on to or even to smell.

I wish you peace during this time of year I know it hard. We are all here for you... Holding your tightly in our arms....

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Ky (12)PE 34 wks
~i~ Katlyne(12/9/02-04/02/03)25 wks
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One step forward, ten steps back

Postby amillhouse » Tue Nov 30, 2004 01:51 pm

I am just feeling overwhelmed. Some of my saddest anniversaries are coming (22 Dec 03, diagnosed with PE and didn't leave the hospital again until 24 Jan 04), all of this TTC'ing and not knowing, all the babies around, everyone excited for Christmas, wondering what it is going to be like to go to the States in a couple of weeks, etc. I keep asking myself what did I do to deserve this??? [V]

I just don't know what to do, but thanks for listening.


Mommy to Isaiah Dumisani Millhouse
20 January - 17 February 2004
Born at 28 weeks due to severe pre-eclampsia
Died at 28 days old of pneumonia
610 grams at birth
950 grams at death
My Angel Boy
"My firstborn, I will never forget you, always love you, and never replace you"

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