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    Default To all stillbirth mummas

    I just want to put it out there

    It's ok to cry every day! It's still sad everyday!

    Don't beat yourself up about not feeling better and not moving on. It's not something you even have to feel good about or be all "oh it was for the best" because it sucks everyday of forever!

    I cry everyday, I feel like I shouldn't have had to say good bye and that's just fine!

    Love your angels fiercely boldly and loudly! Talk about them! Cry about them! Write about them!

    Never feel like you can't share their preciousness with the world.

    Angus 4~6~13, loved - wanted - missed

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    Very well said Ally! And all very true. We shouldn't be afraid to talk about our babies!

    Much love to you x and to Angus x

    Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012

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    I remember having a conversation with my Mum and somewhere in it I said "clearly I'm not over it " and she said "and you never will be" and you know what? That's ok too.
    It has been many,many years since I lost my daughter and you do learn to go on and you learn to cope with it but you don't have to forget and you shouldn't feel bad when you have one of those days.
    We are all Mums, we all went through it and we all had dreams...we must learn and we do learn and somehow, we manage to move forward and to cope, but we can still hold those dear little babies close to us forever.

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