My sister is due to have her first baby in March. We were both so excited because we were both having boys and they would grow up together and be best friends. However, my baby died at 37 weeks. Now, as I watch her son grow up I'll think about my son who would be about the same age. She has baby showers coming up soon. One of which I am giving her. How do I get through these showers without crying? How do I act excited and happy about her child? I have a hard time looking at pictures of us both pregnant. Has anyone else experienced a similar situation?
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