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J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
27th Apr '13

I love Willow, and the reasoning behind it just makes it that much more beautiful

user banned California 8675 posts
27th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting J+D=4:</b>" I love Willow, and the reasoning behind it just makes it that much more beautiful"</blockquote>




I agree.



Willow Grace sounds purty lol (pretty)

J+D=4 4 kids; Beverly Hills, California 14683 posts
27th Apr '13
Quoting *****CHERRY BOMB******:" <blockquote><b>Quoting J+D=4:</b>" I love Willow, and the reasoning behind it just ... [snip!] ... behind it just makes it that much more beautiful"</blockquote> I agree. Willow Grace sounds purty lol (pretty)"


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~*Momma of 2*~ 66 kids; Oklahoma 4940 posts
29th Apr '13

I'm so Sorry for your loss. I have two friends who lost their babys fathers too. My best friends daughters dad passed away from a brain anursym (sp?) 3 weeks before their daughter turned one. And another friend lost her daughters father when their daughter was 3 months old. My best friend died 4 years after her babys father due to cancer so now her daughter has neither of her parents and she's now 11 years old. My other friend is still coping the best she can but she still has her bad days. He's been gone almost 2 years now. As time goes on, it gets alittle easier but you'll always miss him and think of him. But time heals pain. Give your daughter a name that means something.willow would be perfect to represent her daddy and I'm sure he'd love it. God bless you mama, may God be with you in your tragic and painful time and may he help you heal. Never forget, he may be gone in body and soul, but he lives on through the beautiful little girl you both created!