When my Grandson got his first hair cut I saved one of his great big curls,I put the curl in a small plastic bag and put it in my family bible thanking that when he was grown I would show him what beuitful hair that he had as a baby.Shawn was 20 years old when he died in May. I looked at the curl and it is as beutiful and shinny as it was when I first put it there.What do I do with it now? I do not know if I should show it to his mother/my daughter or not.Is it to soon?Would it hurt her to much?
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