Thanks for remembering her


Aside from the grief of losing a much loved baby, some of us are saddened to realize that we grieve alone.   You suffer that your baby is forgotten.  You wonder, how is it possible that your greatest pain and loss seems to be nothing but a ‘blip’ on the radar in the lives of others.   

And then someone remembers the child conveniently forgotten by others.  And you are reminded that others grieve with you and remember that your baby is very special and very loved.  

Monica, I thank you and your closest for remembering my sweet girl Emi, even as you all remembered your beloved Jack.  I can die knowing that someone cared for her along with me and that does a lot for a broken heart.


Emi's 2nd birthday candle; balloon ribbon; clip that held it all together


Emi's pink balloon among those for Jack; on right, Emi's balloon flying high and toward her


A cupcake baked and "fit for a princess" attached to her balloon. Unfortunately it proved to heavy, but some frosting made it to her.


Happy Birthday Sweet Girl!


Words that soothe a broken heart.


Surprise package as received.


Up, up and away!


About Jessica Emilia

Mother, wife, grief survivor, dancer, yogi, feminine, baker, cook, lover, fighter, perfectly imperfect, optimistic, pessimistic, reader, writer, funny, sarcastic, compassionate, emphatic, sympatheric, HR Pro, anxious, confident, supernatural, hocus-pocus, friend, daughter and momma again...

5 responses »

  1. You are so very welcome. Seeing those pictures again, made me tear up a bit. When others have “conveniently forgotten” our babies, I have not. I will remember your loves as long as I have my memory.

    She is a special girl and that is the least I could have done. I’m sure Jack was tickled that he could have shared his day with her.

    Much love to you and yours,

  2. It’s taken me a while to make the move over to your “new” blog…sorry. Everything looks absolutely beautiful for Emi’s birthday. Sorry for the belated wishes but I hope it was a nice as can be.
    Thanks for remembering Brayden too.

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