Our pastor at church did a six week series on "My New Normal". It was a very great series, and one of them was on the loss of a child. He presented it a few weeks ago and I just cannot stop thinking about it. It really is true, that after something so significant, like the loss of a child, you have to find your "new normal". There is no going back to what you considered normal before. I just wanted to share the concept with all of you, that we all need to find our "new normal" because we have all lost something so important and there is no going back. This is who I am now, and this is who my family is now and we have to re-define a lot of things in our every day lives and it will take some time, but that is our process of getting to that "new normal". My husband and I have talked several times on this concept because we had prepared for a baby for so many months and had our baby Jack in all of our plans and now we have to make new plans without him, and that is very difficult. I hope that all of you can find a "new normal" that works for you. God Bless, Jen
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