As we go through this painful journey together we share, cry, scream and shout but we never judge, we know that there is always someone to listen. We always remember our precious children who will never be forgotten and will live on forever in our hearts.
white, don't feel bad. It isn't up to you to solve everyone else's problems, you have enough of your own at the moment! People really do ask invasive questions, don't they and they can catch you off guard.
morning, i thought some of you might like to see this its about Soulumination a company that has has been providing beautiful portraits for families ravaged by cancer and other terminal illnesses for the last several years.
it is a daily mail link, and just to let you know its photos of loved ones before they pass away, with music and words
Just spent a lovely weekend with family here. Mia is so very present with us always. It makes me so sad for those who feel they can't mention their children's names around others. That must be so hard.
hi kate, im not much further up this path than you, but i found it v v v hard in the run up to my ds birthday, which is also the same day he died, so its his birthday and anniversary all in one day.
thinking of you hoping your ok, i hope you will find the build up to the day is worse than the day itself
do you have any plans for the day?
me and dh took somethings to ds grave, a heart thing dd made, some really nice flowers, we let off some ballons and went out for lunch to ,ark the day and although it was an awful day, i personally found the build up the worse. and on the day it was nice to spend the whole day remebering dsand it felt like we were doing things for him