I want to ask for advice.My husband and I married very young.He was 19 and I was 15.We had two wonderful daughters by the time I was 17.We have been togeather for 41 years and he is still the love of my life.We always wanted a son so when our daughter gave birth to Shawn after loseing two babby girls shortly after thier birth,Shawn was truely our miracle babby.Our first Grandchild.We were lucky and our daughter lives next door,so we saw Shawn when ever we wanted.Our other daughter live less then a mile from us so I get to see my other Grandson 14,and Granddaughter 19 every day.We are a very close family and the babbies did not care which of us they were with.They all have told us that they have three moms and three dads.But now that we have lost Shawn we our all hurting so bad we do not know how to help each other.We all are trying to be there for each other but sometimes it feels like we are growing apart.Can anyone give advice on how to keep us from drifting apart during this time.
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