You know I am a Christian and I hear people say all the time, you may never know why. But, I can't help asking God "why." Why when we were just starting to connect in a way where she was responding back. Her first smile is forever etched in my memory. So, why when are just starting to get to know each other in a very personal way would he allow her to be taken away. I may sound like a broken record, but it's how I feel. My life hasn't been easy and now that I have a stable and content home life. Then this tragedy strikes. My husband and I have discussed trying again, but only after we have grieved and healed much more from Ryleigh's death. But still she can never be replaced - I just want her back, but that's impossible. I tell her I love her and miss her every night and I have adopted her pink bear as a sleeping comfort. I can almost still smell her on the bear. It's little things like that, that just throw me into a tantrum. This is hardest thing I have ever experienced. Help? Wendy
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