I'm so sorry to hear this, mama. Lots of love to you and your family.
My 11 week old has been taken from me. - Page 5
I have read this post over and over. I come back nearly everyday and the words escape me and my heart is just breaking for you. :( I know the words I'm sorry do nothing to ease your pain. I pray and hope and beg that whoever or whatever you believe in is sending you strength and courage and very quick healing. I wish I were closer to you and I would just take you in my arms and pray it could take this pain away.
Stay strong Mama, If you need anything, a virtual shoulder to cry on or anything please just ask!
ETA: From experience I can assure you there is a rainbow after every storm so keep your head up.
Edited to add:
We got the final autopsy report today, and his cause of death is undetermined, and is being called SIDS. We were really hoping for some concrete answers.
Edited by Adaline'sMama - 4/30/12 at 3:13pm
I know you don't know me well, but I feel like I know you, as I read here a lot more than I post, and you post a lot. I read as you talked about your daughter and your pregnancy and your new baby. This news has broken my heart. I just wanted to send you the most overwhelming and amazing hug and healing energy I can muster.
Adaline's Mama, thanks for checking back in with us. I'm so glad to hear you have a strong support system both logistically and emotionally.
I think your daughter feeling like it's some kind of vacation is really a good thing. She has felt the loss and this is how people grieve, they help take care of the family and remind them how much they are loved. If you were completely isolated and no one was there to give her extra love and attention this could be a very traumatic experience for her. It's my opinion that this is the best situation you could have for her in these circumstances.
I know that has to be very hard to be left with a final report of "SIDS." I want to let you know though, and I'm sure you've heard this from others who have lost loved ones, even with the most concrete of answers, there is still always that "why?" and the "what if?" It is just part of coming to terms with everything. I know it makes it much harder for you having it be so vague and really having none of the "why's" answered, but I did want to let you know having questions unanswered is unfortunately part of grief.
You are doing such an amazing job. These things happen, everyone knows that, but it is so much different when it is actually happening to you, when you are in the thick of it, and when it becomes part of your life and who you are. Keep taking it one day at a time. I'm still thinking of you...
AdelaidesMama, thank you for checking back in. I've been thinking about you often and sending loving and healing thoughts your way. As others have said on this thread, all throughout my pregnancy, I really appreciated your point of view and writings in our DDC. I can only hope that you continue to heal. Much love your way.