I am going through a death of beloved friend right now....hang in there and hopefully on your DD's B-day you can celebrate her wonderful life as well as the times you and your family had with your dad.
I lost my dad 3 days before my son's second birthday. That was a hard day to get through.
Every year, I have to get past that day before I can really look forward to my son's birthday, but I do get past it. My son's special day is no longer overshadowed by my dad's death.
I wish that for you.
Molly, mama to my 3 sweet boys.
it still hurts.
I wrote my dad's birthday in my calendar for this year. In 3 weeks he would have been 79.
it is hard. I know.. HUGS TO YOU.
PS. I am glad you are still celebrating your son's birthday.
it is important. imo.
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I used to think that when people said 'so and so has lost someone' that it was a way not to say the 'd' word but when my dad died I did feel truly lost. Someone who had always been there for me had gone and I felt very alone.
Be kind to yourself and don't be afraid to feel however you are feeling.
Cindy + DH Paul = DS1 (4/26/06), DS2 (11/30/07), DD (12/20/10) & surprise 4th edition coming in April 2014.
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