After I wrote my latest journal entry, I thought of something. It seems now that the little things mean so much more to me since my daughter died... when my two-year-old son kisses me, when my 4 year old says "I love you", when my husband wraps his arms around me for no reason... I always appreciated those things, but now I love them that much more, and none of those things have anything to do with losing my Madison... but they just mean more now, they make me feel even happier than they used to. Anyone else feel like this? What are your little things?
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