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I hugged my babies tight today. Then I let my oldest kiddo eat half a bag of hershey kisses and fall asleep on the couch watching Rugrats. I'm taking them to do something special tomorrow. My heart aches for those parents.
It is too heart breaking. I can't stop thinking thoughts that I don't want to think. Like how it will feel Christmas morning when those presents they bought go unopened, or if they had other kids and they go to wrap presents and have to sort through the ones they bought for those kids. I know every day hurts, but somehow it seems like Christmas hurts more...
I can't stop thinking about it, crying about it, I let Reagan eat marshmallows for breakfast twice this weekend (with cereal of course), I also laid in her bed longer while she went to sleep than usual.
Christen, I feel the same way, I keep thinking, right before Christmas, how terrible, not that that makes it any worse, but it just seems like this is supposed to be one of the happiest times of the year and for those that celebrate it, it won't be anymore.
I have been praying for those babies and families!
I can't stand to see or read anything about it, it just breaks my heart for those poor families. I sometimes would get annoyed because Ethan wouldn't let me out of sight to do anything, but now I just want to hold him all the time. I can't even imagine not getting to hold him anymore. I feel bad for getting frustrated with him when these parents will never get to have that opportunity again.