When I delivered my baby at 14 weeks I had to make a choise about what happend to my little one. I could have her buried in a plot where I could have a stone or plaque. Or have her buried in the Garden of rememberance where the grave will be unmarked but I will know where she is to lay flowers. I had to make this choice minutes after delivering her. I chose to have her laid to rest in the garden of rememberance. This will happen a week on Monday 30th of Aprill. I am really worried if I made the right choice. I chose this option because last Monday my sister in law had her babys ashes scattered there after ending her pregnancy at 21 weeks due to fetal abnormalities that would of been fatel. Her baby would not have lived for an hour after birth if he had even servived the pregnancy. I thought it would be a comfort to know they are together but also because I thought people would think I was silly for having a marked grave for my baby because I was 14 weeks. My mom keeps saying to think of it as what could of been and that it was just the start of a life. But to me she was my child and I feel like there is a part of me missing, I'm so confused.
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