My 4 yr old daughter is going through the anger phase of her grief now I guess. She told me the other day, " Mommy you shouldn't have let Granny die". My breath just caught in my throat. Then calmly I explained to her that I didn't allow her granny to die. That there was nothing I could do to stop her from dying. I told her that God wanted Granny to be one of his angels and that when he is ready for us to be an angel he takes us with him. I hope this appeased her she didn't say anything more about it. I was just so taken aback that she thought I would allow my mom to die. I am ok though I didn't let it upset me really bad because that would have made her even more upset with me. I am just amazed that she would even think something like that. I hope that she too can find some peace in all this very soon. She is the one of my children that is always thinking all the time and never forgets a thing. So I never know what is going through her mind at any given time.
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