Has anyone ever left the cemetery after visiting their baby and felt like they were leaving their child out in the cold? I felt that way today, and I'm sinking into a deeper depression the closer I get to my due date of 2/16/08. I feel like these holidays will never be the same, and that a mother is not supposed to just leave her child. I felt helpless today, because I had no other choice, but to leave her there when her precious body should still be warm inside mine, growing and waiting to be born. I feel like when I leave that I'm abandoning her and it hurts me to my heart. Has anyone felt that way? And how did you get through it?
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