Author Topic: A sad day.  (Read 2246 times)

Offline Paa_Paw

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One of my Grand-daughters went into labor yesterday at 21 weeks. Her baby boy delivered alive at 13.2 ounces and 10.2 inches survived for less than three hours. Her husband, a Sailor recently returned from deployment, was at her side.

Somehow the problem that brings us together does not seem very important right now. 



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Grandpa Dan

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I am very sorry for your loss!

Debbie and I will hold all of you in our thoughts and prayers!



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Offline ineedsurgery

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Very very sorry for your loss.

RIP

Offline Paa_Paw

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We will miss him in this life but get to know him well in the next.

Families are forever.

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That is true my friend!

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We will miss him in this life but get to know him well in the next.

Families are forever.

there's a lot of interesting reading on this subject off the normal beaten path (also i still don't diminish the gyne, some things are not less significant imho for the fact they're slow-acting).  above all keep in mind it's not a fault thing and sometimes things even happen with every resource of "preventability" available for reasons nobody understands.  

share your pain.  
* a man is more than a body will ever tell
* if it screws up your life the same, is there really any such thing as "mild" gyne?

Offline xelnaga13

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Sending positive thoughts your way. " This too... shall pass"

 

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