December 14th is National Children's Memorial Day. I received an invatation from Children's Hospital of Philadelphia where Kyle spent a lot of time to remember Kyle that day.They have a small service and then show pictures and announce the names of the children that have passed away. Now I can only bring 10 people including myself and my husband. So that leaves 8 people. So I called my sister-n-law to tell her when it was and asked if her and my brother want to come. She said she would ask my brother and get in touch with me. Everyone else that I asked said yes right away, like of course they would be there. Am I being crazy thinking that something is wrong with my brother and sister-n-law? What is the big decison to be made? Please give me your thoughts before I start screaming!
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