Lots of love to my 3 angel babies

From your heartbroken Mummy that will never understand why.

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#misCOURAGE story, 24/02/2017, by Sarah Hardman

I lost my first angel baby on the 7th November 2001. I was 7 weeks 4 days and I was 18 at the time and by myself in a ball on the floor in my flat I lived in.

Love and miss you Baby Langhorne. 

My second angel baby I lost was on the 12th May 2015 at 8 weeks 6 days. It was the Tuesday morning after I'd woken up and I lost u :-( . Mummy and daddy's wedding was 12 days later baby. Love and miss you Baby Langhorne Hardman. 

My third angel baby was lost 3rd January 2017. Not long ago my little poppy seed. We only found out you where going to be a part of our lives on the 29th December 2016 and then for a cruel reason you where taken away from me like my other angel babies. 

I will never understand how life can be so cruel. I have you in my drawer next to my bed and I can't let you go. I was 4 weeks 6 days pregnant with you when you went to be with your brothers or sisters. Me and Daddy and your brothers miss you and love you so much.

Lots of love to my 3 angel babies 

From your heartbroken Mummy that will never understand why. 
XXX 

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