So as luck would have it, my hubby had put together the crib and finished the nursery on Memorial Day weekend and I found out at my appointment That Tuesday that Caleb had no heartbeat. Still a nightmare. But it has been four weeks now and we just keep the nursery door closed. I took some gifts back already whichnwas hard....there was a lot of things from Kohl's and the lady at the register commented that the baby must be here now and these were things in didn't need. Of course I break down crying that we don't need them, but because he was stillborn. Then she starts crying and apologizing. Anyway, my question is, what have you done with the nursery? I kind of want to leave it set up b/c we will try for our rainbow baby as soon as we can since I am 36. But it feels crazy to have a room that we avoid. Any advice?
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