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Alex handles it well. We didn't sugar coat or hide what happened. he needed to understand there was not going to be two babies anymore. He knows Genevive was sick. he knows she died and when she died she stopped moving. And he knows we buried her.
Today when I warned him not to put a lollipop to much in Lillian's mouth, he asked why. I told him we don't want her to choke. and he said because she will die like genevive. I said yes, i would be very sad if that happened. and he agreed he would be sad too. I think he understands amazingly.
He likes to look at her photos and tends to remind himself She can't come home. He loves his babies, I feel bad. but he is so in love with Lillian, she makes him happy.
I tell you I am very grateful for Alex. He had a very hard time in the NICU, he wanted to hold the babies but he couldn't because of their wires and tubes. When genevive passed away, and I explained to him what happened and we disconnected all of the wires. he looked at me and said " can I hold my baby YET" He was so happy to hold her, he kissed her and felt her hair. The way she looked didn't bother him at all. The entire way he handled it was just amazing. And it really helped me at that time.
Awwwww Alex is so adorable with Genevive. We took photos of Freja holding Calypso but they never turned out which broke my heart. She had a hard time not understanding why she couldn't just hold her baby too