Do I do enough to make the most of his/her memory? That’s a question most angel parents find ourselves asking. We’re given a few short hours of time at the hospital with our baby (if we’re lucky) to make photos, take in that baby smell, stamp those tiny foot prints, give them that one first and last bath and ultimately cherish our children for a few precious frozen moments of time. When we, as parents have a child that dies, things happen in what seems like the blink of an eye, grief sinks in before reality hits and time truly seems to fly by.
I know, I have my own regrets from the time after my own loss, what about you? What advice might you give newly bereaved parents?
Just a girl, a wife, angel mother and friend... An infant loss parent, post menopausal 20 something year old and brain surgery survivor...I've been through alot and have a lot to share!
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