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A New Necklace

I was having kind of a sad day this past Friday after hearing of another mother that lost her sweet baby. She had been induced and was waiting to deliver. It really hit me hard thinking of she and her husband waiting at the hospital to deliver their first baby and that baby not being alive. I know I have said this over and over again but it just isn't fair. It seems to be happening way too often and it makes my heart hurt so badly. Taylor came in after work with a package that had just been delivered. I laughed when I picked the large box up and saw the name Kate Harrison on it. The thing felt completely empty. I thought.... what in the world. She must have forgotten to put whatever it was she wanted to send me in the box. I dug through the box and found a small round container and inside was a necklace with Burke and Mamie's name on it. I almost bust into tears. This gift couldn't have come on a better day. It was so perfect and so beautiful. The note read. Sweet Sarah, We love you so! We are so happy for you and your family and cannot wait to meet Burke. When can we do that?!? Please give him a squeeze :) Love, Tania and Kate Ah I love those girls! What a special gift from two special friends. Thanks girls for the beautiful necklace. I will cherish it forever. Oh also on the outside of the envelop it said P.S. This is one giant box! I had to laugh out loud.

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  1. Sarah-

    I think I was that Mom you spoke about in your blog. I delivered my sleeping angel Evie at St. Vincent on Saturday after being induced on Friday. Your story has given me such strength. I have a Poppy Plate for Evie and so far 4 have been donated in her name. Thanks for such a great charity and for sharing your story for the rest of us who must endure this heartbreak. Congratulations on your sweet baby boy. I know that Mamie is looking down on your precious family with such love and joy.

    Shana

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