My loss is still so new. We lost our son Brandon on December 20th. We are devastated, but trying to start healing. People act really weird around me now, which I realize they don't know what to say or how to act. They of course avoid talking about anything that might lead to a discussion about babies or my son. While I appreciate their being considerate of my feelings, I still feel like he is my son and I want to share him with friends, family, and coworkers. I want to be able to show pictures and talk about him, but I am reluctant to make them feel awkward. I dont know if I should initiate or even how to. I am still that proud momma wanting to show him off. I feel like if I keep quiet any longer, he will be erased somehow. Is this weird?
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