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baby lods i need quotes id poems Pamela Dunn Due April 22; Wisconsin 3 posts
23rd Nov '12

I lost my daughter at 36 weeks without warning and no reason as to W hat happened to my baby it has been a long c difficult road nobody had been there for me and it was very hard for me to deal with i list my step mom in and my baby in march and my gma in may so it's been a difficult year and with the holidays comin up it's been real hard i want to get pregnant again but I'm so scared it'll happen again and my 5 year old i don't wasn't her to go through it again and I'm also making a scrapbook for her Brooklynn violet wenamed her and I'vebeen looking at quotes and i don't have any good ones thanks for you're time any quotes will help thanks

☼ M Due November 25; Clearwater, 528 posts
23rd Nov '12

I am so sorry for your losses sweetie.
The poem that helped me the most after I miscarried was this one :




"Daddy please don't look so sad, momma please don't cry.
Cause I'm in the arms of Jesus, and he sings me lullabies.
Please try not to question God, don't think he is unkind.
Don't think he sent me to you and then changed his mind.
You see I'm a special child, I am needed up above.
I'm the special gift you gave Him, a product of your love.
I'll always be there with you, so watch the sky at night.
Look for the brightest star and know that's my halo's brilliant light.
You'll see me in the morning frost that mists your window pane.
That's me in the summer showers, I'll be dancing in the rain.
When you feel a gentle breeze from a gentle wind that blows.
Know that it's me planting a kiss upon your nose.
When you see a child playing and your heart feels a tug,
Don't be sad mommy, that's just me giving your heart a hug.
So daddy don't looks so sad and momma please don't cry.
I'm in the arms of Jesus and he sings me lullabies!"
~Unknown

B-Baby 17 kids; CARROLLTON, Virginia 1763 posts
23rd Nov '12

this one helped me the most i actually have it framed....



What Makes a Mother



I thought of you and closed my eyes.
And prayed to God today.
I asked what makes a mother and
I know I heard him say,



A mother has a baby.
This we know is true.
But God, can you be a mother
when your baby's not with you?



Yes, you can, He replied
with confidence in His voice.
I give many women babies.
When they leave is not their choice.



Some I send for a lifetime
and others for a day.
And some I send to feel your womb
but there's no need to stay.



I just don't understand this. God,
I want my baby here.
He took a breath and cleared His throat
and then I saw a tear.



I wish I could show you
what your child is doing today.
If you could see your child smile
with other children and say,



"We go to earth to learn our lessons
of life and love and fear.
My Mommy loved me, Oh so much,
I got to come straight here.



I feel so lucky to have a Mom
who had so much love for me,
I learned my lesson very quickly.
My Mommy set me free.



I miss my Mommy, Oh so much,
but I visit her each day.
When she goes to sleep,
on her pillow's where I lay.



I stroke her hair and kiss her cheek
and whisper in her ear,
'Mommy don't be sad today,
I'm your baby and I'm here.'"



So you see, my dear sweet one,
your children are okay.
Your babies are here in MY home
and this is where they'll stay.



They'll wait for you with ME
until your lesson is through.
And on the day that you come home,
they'll be at the gates for you.



So now you see what makes a Mother