We was going to throw her, her first birthday party which was going to be a Halloween theme since they are close together. Is it weird to still want to do that at her grave? Decorate her grave. I was thinking of a few things I could do but people just looked at me weird and said "Is that how you want to honor your child?" But I figure this would have been her first birthday and her first Halloween, I wanted to do something special for her before she passed away, and I STILL want to do it even more now that she is gone. I dont know if they just didnt like the ideas I had or if they didnt like the main idea of decorating her grave? I dont care what ANYONE says though. I am definately going to get Halloween balloons and let them go at her grave so she can catch them :)
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