Well since I have been on here I am finally being able to start to accept that our daughter is gone. Tomorrow evening My family and I are going to something called Healing Treasures that is put on through Nationwide Childrens Hospital (NCH) where our daughter Madison spent the first and final week of her life. Its for all the families who have lost a child there and for the siblings. Its a big support group. The kids go off and do their own thing and all the parents do their thing. Its 6 weeks long and at the end of the 6 weeks they have a huge memorial service in honor of all the kids. I hope it goes well. Being on here has made me see that talking about Madison with others is very helpful. My husband has been a huge part of my support as well and I know I could not have even brought my self to even sit down at the computer and talk to you guys if it was not for him......
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