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    Default my family is whole--sort of (pic of urn)

    My wonderful husband brought Damien home today. He even took the responsibility of explaining what the urn is to Frankie. When I saw the urn I cried. Next, I got really angry. I mean why do I have to settle for velvet, metal and ashes? Why can't I have my baby boy? I am now just numb. I know that I will go through many days of emotional turmoil but I honestly believe now that Damien is here with us that our whole family can start to truly heal.

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    I'm so glad you can start the healing process now, I know it must be so hard for you all right now...I'm thinking of you

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    Beautiful urn! I am glad you can start the healing process. I can't wait to get my Kataya and Gabriella returned home to me. I bought these beautiful tear drop necklaces that will hold some of there ashes as well. And these beautiful white urns with a praying hands on them. I am with you and mad that it takes getting there urns back to feel like our family will be whole again.

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    Wow! That's a gorgeous urn! I know how sad you must still feel. I send you my love sweetie.


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    I'm sorry.
    It really is very beautiful.

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    That is just so sad....

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    The urn is just beautiful....

    I am so sorry your Damien has to be with you in this way ... I wish things could have been different for you

    Marie

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    It is a beautiful but heartbreaking thing.

    It was very kind of your DH to take that on. It couldn't have been easy for you. I'm glad your family is back together.

    Janel

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    That is sad. I don't feel whole. My little girl is in a place that I don't visit much. I do have a place to remember her here online.

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    Unhappy I know what your going through

    I know what your going through... I am about to be going through the same thing with my unborn baby. His name is Hayden and he supposed to have Osteogensis Imperfecta type 2. I dont know how I am going to cope with that. But I do know I have to with 2 little girls at home needing me. How do you tell a 5 year old and a 3 year old about something like this?
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