My husband and I received an invitation from the hopsital where we lost Keagan this week. It's for a Memorial service for all the Fallen Angels that the hosiptal has lost. It's the fourth time they've done this and I'll be honest, at first, I was absolutely not going to go. Then the more I thought about it, the more I felt that we should go. We are going to be TTC again in just a few more weeks and eventually we'll have to go through those hospital doors again. I guess, even though I'm scared as hell to walk through them again, do I really want the next time to be when we're in labor?? I feel like I need to go there to make sure that I am comfortable enough to go back. Right?? This will also be an opportunity to see the nurses and staff that was so wonderful to us when we lost Keagan. I just feel like we need to be assured that life does happen at this place. Am I crazy?? I'd appreciate any opions or advice... I do think we'll go though... Thanks girls... xoxo
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