It doesn’t matter whether you’re graving from the first moment after the loss or even years after things have happened, it’s okay not to be okay. There is no one way of dealing with such a loss. I miss baby George with every breath I take and always know things are amiss with the world, knowing he isn’t there.
Both Sebbie and Lizzie still talk about baby George, maybe a little too much, they chat about him and how he is in heaven. They know he is still a big part of our family and how in his short time with us he made things better. I’m not to sure what Toby thinks, I hope he remembers something about him, even if it is just one small thing about him he can cherish, then he isn’t just a picture on the wall. The older children rarely say anything at all, Eddie can be a closed book a
I know your time on earth was brief,
you have left us now, full of sadness and grief.
Your last goodbye broke our hearts in so many ways,
I missing you so much, my mind is in a haze.
Missing your presents has made us sad,
many days, we think we’re going mad.
We want to shout out, scream and yell,
so many times we think we’re in a living hell.
We shouldn’t be angry and so sad,
just remember the time we had.
So I say “Thank you George, for choosing us.
the time we
Today it would have been cake, but instead its tears and sadness. We visited the grave, laid flowers before letting a baby blue balloon float into the sky. Its just so unfair, why did he have to go? Why can’t I hold him in my arms once again? This time last year we were getting ready for the birth of George, we didn’t know what to expect or even when he was going to turn up. Sarah was still at work and I was at home with the babies, when George decided too let us know he wa