How do you make it through the daily living that must occur when you have other children at home. The last two weeks have been very hard as The day before my oldest started kindergarten we found out that Bryna had died. I walked lilly to the bus stop on Monday morning and watched her get on the bus Then went to the school for the new parent coffee all the while hoping nobody would talk to me, we were also waiting for the hospital to call and tell us what the plan was. That day seems like a lifetime ago. Today I had to go to the dentist -who is also a friend -I hoped he wouldnt ask about the baby. Then we went to a childrens performance and of course some parents from my school were there and then we had to go to the preschool back to school picnic. I am finding it very difficult not to cry at the drop of a hat even at stuff I think is funny. What do you say to people who are wanting to be kind but it is really better if they wouldn't talk to you? I have to go back to work in two weeks and am completely freaked out by having to answer questions and talk about this.
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