I guess I just need to tell someone how I am feeling without burdening my family and making them sad. Is anyone else having a hard time? How are you coping? Arianna would have been due to be born Jan. 4th and I know she was not my child but my grandchild and it still hurts. I worry about how Ashley is coping since she moved away. I usually decorate the day after thanksgiving and just now got the tree up and had to quit half way through decorating it. I want to get over this for my family but I really don't know how. I just keep thinking how unfair it is that I should be looking forward to her birth about now and I know its selfidh because God had his reasons but I just can;t help it.
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