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I had a pretty good day yesterday. Taylor, Gus and I took dad's jeep out. It was perfect weather. We went down to the cemetery to visit Mamie. I got really upset about where they placed the headstone. It is too far from where she is actually buried. I feel like I am being a crazy mom by I want it moved. Taylor and I talked to my parents last night and I couldn't hold the tears in. I want Mamie to be in between the 4 of us. Dad and mom were very understanding and we are going to visit with the cemetery and have my parents plots moved to the other side of Taylor and I and the headstone moved. My stomach was in knots thinking about it but after our discussion I had a huge feeling of relief. I brought home her wreath and am going to redo it for the fall as well. I miss that sweet baby so much I can hardly stand it.

Last Tuesday we got a call about a friend that I went to high school with that lost her baby at 20 weeks. She had gone in for her big ultrasound when they couldn't find his heartbeat. My hearts hurts so badly for this couple. I began stressing out because Northwest Arkansas doesn't have Mamie's Poppy Plates in their hospitals yet. I wanted her to have a plate. Thankfully the next morning a friend headed up to be by her side and we sent a plate with her. Now she has this beautiful plate to remember her sweet little boy by and I am so thankful we were able to get one up to her.

- Sarah

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