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I lost my 6month old daughter.


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I lost my baby girl, Paris Rose back in 2003. I have been so saddened by her death, that I have only just started mentioning her name to acknowledge her exsistance. I can't bring myself to say much more about it. The hardest thing about her death, is that when she died, the drs wouldn't give me her body. I had to have a MOCK funeral for my own daughter. All I have from the event, is a beaded doll in the form of an angel to represent her. I am having such a hard time getting past that. Some days it makes me so angry, others it just makes it hurt more somehow. I've lost the rest of my family as well (with the exception of my son), but loosing her has hurt the worst and has done the worst damage. Any advice would be a blessing. Thank you.

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I am so very sorry for the loss of your precious baby. I only recently lost my daughter, so I feel that I am too new on this journey to have anything of value to offer. Most post on the main thread: Loss Of An Adult Child. You will be welcomed and received there with open arms and hearts regardless of your Angel's age. There are many there who have been on this journey far longer than myself. They have given me much encouragement, acceptance and comfort. They will do the same for you. Please post there and tell us about yourself and your child. You will be safe there.

Susan - Shannon's Mom

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Mandi-I'm so very sorry for your loss, made worse since you could not have her body. My son died last year in his sleep, he was almost 21 years old. I don't think we will ever get over our loss, but it does seem to be that it gets softer over time. I'm sorry that you feel that you have lost your family as well. Hugs to you. Susan is right, if you feel like talking the Loss of Adult Child (one member there lost her 6 month old daughter years ago, in addition to her adult son more recently, so you will definitely not be out of place) thread is very active. It helps to talk about what we're feeling with people who understand completely what we're going through.

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Mandi-I'm so very sorry for your loss, made worse since you could not have her body. My son died last year in his sleep, he was almost 21 years old. I don't think we will ever get over our loss, but it does seem to be that it gets softer over time. I'm sorry that you feel that you have lost your family as well. Hugs to you. Susan is right, if you feel like talking the Loss of Adult Child (one member there lost her 6 month old daughter years ago, in addition to her adult son more recently, so you will definitely not be out of place) thread is very active. It helps to talk about what we're feeling with people who understand completely what we're going through.

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