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I'm new here. I'm not sure if there is a place on here for widows or parenting with the death of a spouse. I was married for 7yrs, have 2 wonderful children & as of Nov 20th - it will be 6yrs since my husband was killed in an auto accident. He had just turned 30, I was 28. It seems like a lifetime ago or someone else life all together - then there are some days with the children that makes it seem so fresh. My children were 2 & 6 at the time (now 8 & 12), they were in the car with him (added to an already disaterous situation). I feel so fortunate for them to have survived. Sometimes it is so hard to preserve the memories of the parent that they barely remember when it is hard or me to even remember.
Anyone out there have any similar experience?
My experience is somewhat similar, only my fiancee was in another state when he passed away and never had to chance to meet his daughter, who was 6 weeks old at the time. I'm so very sorry for your loss sweetie. I can't reminisce about all the good things. I miss him dearly.