I was telling DH the other day, that I'm wondering if anyone will acknowlege that we really are parents on Mother's and Father's Days in 2008. I feel like I'm a mother when I go to the cemetery but on a regular day I have to remind myself that I am a mom, because my baby is not here for me to care for. Has anyone else felt this way? Have you been acknowledged on Mother's or Father's Days? Am I supposed to be considered a mother?
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