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So my Gavyn has been gone for a little over 6 months now. In January my ex, Gavyn's father, and I broke up. Are there any other mothers on here that aren't with their angel's father anymore? I just feel so guilty when I think about the possibility of meeting someone new and having a family with them. I'm scared that the new guy won't be able to handle the idea of Gavyn or be able to understand exactly what i'm going through. I'm afraid that I am betraying Gavyn by not having children with his father. Is there anyone else in my shoes?
I am not with Daniel's father anymore either. I think I have male friends that understand what I felt more than his father ever did... It won't be betraying Gavyn to be happy - I'm sure that is what he would want
Thank you Katie (.:Shortcake:.) for my beautiful siggy!!
Makenzie's father and I divorced years ago, we did have a rainbow baby two years before we divorced. My SO and I have been together for quite sometime and I now have three rainbow babies total. He gets as emotional as I do before, during, and after her anniversary. She is buried in Louisiana and we live in Texas. Every holiday we go back for and on her anniversary we go to her grave. His parents fly down from Philly for her anniversary just as they do for the other three children's b-days. Chris says he can't begin to fathom the pain of losing a child and can't imagine how I was able to carry on. His entire family is that way. I receive cards from all his brothers and their families remembering her anniversary.There are many wonderful men out there who will understand, and your sweet son will never feel betrayed because you will always be his mother and always have undying love for him.