My husband is very much on board on us having a memorial for our 3 little angels, but he only want us, our little girls and maybe granmas and grampa. (I am totally ok with that). My first 2 little ones were 5 and 5 and a half weeks. My 3rd was 10weeks. We never named them. We gave them nicknames, and have those names written on my bible along with the dates they went home to be with Jesus. My little girls have been asking more and more about them, which is great because I know they love them too. We never knew the sex of the babies, but I chose to believe they are my 3 little boys. I was thinking of having my daughters give the babies a middle name. One each since I have 3 little girls. I want to keep their nicknames, but I want them to feel connected to them too. Is this too much for them to process? They are 4, 6 and 12. My 6 yr old tells me she misses them even though she never met them. (makes me smile) My husband said he would say a prayer for our family, I wrote a couple of poems for them, and I am working on writing a song for them as well. I have heard of the ballons being released, but any other ideas would be awesome. Our last baby was due close to my husand and mine birthday, so I was thinking planning for the same month for all three. Somehow planning this is making me less sad and makes me feel closer to them. GOd bless and thanks in advance
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