We made it through the funeral, the service was simply beautiful. It was the hardest thing to ever do. I am not going to post much right now, I just want to let you know that we have buried David and are now back in Kansas City.
The only thing I can be happy about is that they were able to bury David next to this sister, Alyssa. I am so relieved, so thankful. It had been a walkway next to her and they took it out just so they can be side by side. I can't believe I have two babies buried together. It is overwhelming.
The doctor has given me meds to deal with all this. I don't want to use them all the time, but I did take one awhile ago and am ready for bed. Time to curl up with David's blankie and just think about my precious son who I miss more than life itself.
I will be keeping this blog. Someone suggested I write my story, about loosing two babies and what I've been through. So I promise not to abandon this blog and all the people who loved David. Just give me some time.
Also a special thank you to the parents of Sophia, Nicholas, and Alexander. Your kindness brought me to my knee's I can't believe how beautiful the flowers are, and I have pictures to post of them.