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    • Very very weird -- Votes: 103
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Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
7th Jan '13
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Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Summerfrost:</b>" How does that make it ok? What if her daughter had some sort of birth defect and was born looking like ... [snip!] ... was born looking like that? What if that's the only picture she had of her daughter and that is the outfit she buried her in? "</blockquote>




Um what, that isn't a birth defect dude, lol. Don't post it on the internet if you don't want it to possibly be shared.

Mrs. Conan O'Brien 2 kids; Colorado 20924 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):</b>" The caption says "I sometimes wonder if she knows how much I love her." And then somebody says "She's ... [snip!] ... And she replies "Of course she is. My princess was born an angel. She'll always be perfect" And yes the baby is mummified."</blockquote>




:(

The One You've Missed 16 kids; Texas 32426 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Summerfrost:" How does that make it ok? What if her daughter had some sort of birth defect and was born looking like ... [snip!] ... was born looking like that? What if that's the only picture she had of her daughter and that is the outfit she buried her in? "

1. Not judging her, I was asking so someone could explain it to me, maybe there was something I was missing.



2. When did I say I knew this girl personally?



3. If you post something on the internet, it WILL turn up somewhere else. Names were blocked out, and no one in this thread is mocking her, so I don't see your point?

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Summerfrost:" How does that make it ok? What if her daughter had some sort of birth defect and was born looking like ... [snip!] ... was born looking like that? What if that's the only picture she had of her daughter and that is the outfit she buried her in? "


Doubtful the baby is buried. It's mummified. She probably plays dress up with her.

The One You've Missed 16 kids; Texas 32426 posts
7th Jan '13

Apparently a random friend of mine on facebook distantly knows the girl and the baby is kept like that, she has never buried it, and it's dried up (I'm assuming).



I didn't really know though, just from that photo alone if that was considered normal, because it just seemed a bit off to me.

Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:" Apparently a random friend of mine on facebook distantly knows the girl and the baby is kept like that, ... [snip!] ... I didn't really know though, just from that photo alone if that was considered normal, because it just seemed a bit off to me."

It seems odd to me that the baby is in a doll dress. I mean if it were my child I would want to put a baby outfit on them or make something that was baby clothing. I think she is obviously grieving and needs some help to process and let go.

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:" Apparently a random friend of mine on facebook distantly knows the girl and the baby is kept like that, ... [snip!] ... I didn't really know though, just from that photo alone if that was considered normal, because it just seemed a bit off to me."


She needs an intervention from her family and friends. It is not healthy to keep your dried up baby in your house and play dress up with it.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 22942 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ur Local Frnt Desk Clrk:</b>" Apparently a random friend of mine on facebook distantly knows the girl and the baby is kept like that, ... [snip!] ... I didn't really know though, just from that photo alone if that was considered normal, because it just seemed a bit off to me."</blockquote>




I would assume that she is not grieving well at all. It's just so sad

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting bbbt:" She needs an intervention from her family and friends. It is not healthy to keep your dried up baby in your house and play dress up with it. "


yes i agree. the baby should be buried or cremated so it can have peace.

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
7th Jan '13

And pretty sure the baby will eventually start to break apart and turn into dust... what will she do then? Sad sad sad. I wish someone would help her.

Rainbow Brite & Silas 1 child; Oregon 17038 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting bbbt:" She needs an intervention from her family and friends. It is not healthy to keep your dried up baby in your house and play dress up with it. "


Completely agree..

Moon*Siren 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Williamstown, Kentucky 2136 posts
7th Jan '13
Quoting bbbt:" And pretty sure the baby will eventually start to break apart and turn into dust... what will she do then? Sad sad sad. I wish someone would help her. "


true she needs a grief counselor to help her let go. this is truly very sad I did not get closure til I buried my twins and she isn't giving herself closure keeping it around to look at everyday. To me, seeing my dead baby every day would make me feel worse than better and to me it seems more respectful to bury or cremate the baby. I hope this poor girl gets closure and that baby gets a proper resting place. :(

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 22942 posts
7th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Wolf Spirit:</b>" true she needs a grief counselor to help her let go. this is truly very sad I did not get closure til ... [snip!] ... more respectful to bury or cremate the baby. I hope this poor girl gets closure and that baby gets a proper resting place. :("</blockquote>




I agree. I didn't get released from the hospital for 4 days after losing my daughter, I didn't have any closure throughout that entire time. It was a relief of sorts to bury my baby. Don't get me wrong I grieved her but if I hadn't buried her I would have had alot more issues than I do

Moon*Siren 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Williamstown, Kentucky 2136 posts
8th Jan '13
Quoting HopingforaMiracle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Wolf Spirit:</b>" true she needs a grief counselor to help ... [snip!] ... sorts to bury my baby. Don't get me wrong I grieved her but if I hadn't buried her I would have had alot more issues than I do"

mmhmm exactly totally agree, it helps you move on to the next phase of grief its going to be hard regardless but at least help your self come to terms with things and not dwell not a day goes by I don't think of the ones I lost and thats ok because I know they are in a better place.