I don't know if this will help anyone, but I know there has been a lot of discussion on due dates and hoe to ge through them. They inevitably come and we must face them. Mine was last Sunday and I was dreading it, but it turned out okay. I went and bought some flowers for my house (lilies and tulips). Lilies are my favorite. Everytime I look at them I think of my baby, but in a happy way. When they are dying I will cut one of and put it in my bible with a note to my baby that only I will know. When I am sad I can go there and remember or think and feel close. Where I live they have a statue dedicated to the unborn in the cemetary. I also want to put a flower there in memory. I hope this can help anyoenthought I would share.
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