My friend and I were pregnant at the same time. We bought eachother clothes, did baby showers together, did birthing classes together, everything (she lives one block away and we have the same number of kids). She was pregnant with twins, one was stillborn and the secound died a month later. She is planning on celebrating thier birthday. (taking cupcakes and such up to the cemetary and letting the older kids blow out the candles) She didn't give me any support here recently when i had my miscarriage and i'm kinda miffed (we haven't spoken much) and she's going to Texas for a wedding so i haven't had much time to talk to her about the birhday thing ,(plus i don't want to remind her of something like that and make her upset again, since she's been doing so well) My question is, should i also do something to celebrate the twins? I feel like i should, but i don't know is it would offend her (maybe she just wants family?)Or if i would do the right thing. ( Teddy bears? Flowers?....)Help please!
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