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Poor Mick, what a nightmare, and for L'Wren's family, don't understand why The rest of the band are beaming... by ALLEYCAT8 http://dailym.ai/1nMVR0P #DailyMail

Poor Mick, what a nightmare, and for L'Wren's family, don't understand why The rest of the band are beaming... by ALLEYCAT8 http://dailym.ai/1nMVR0P #DailyMail

This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter.  The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”

This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter. The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”

My youngest daughter was just about to transition out of her crib and into her big girl bed like her older sister. They were both growing up so fast I wanted to give them a bedroom makeover that encompassed everything they loved to do at this stage in their life. Playing dress up, having tea parties and of course being a fairy princess. I sat down with my older daughter who is 4 and we put together the most awesome To do list of anything our little minds could come up with. Riding unicorns…

My youngest daughter was just about to transition out of her crib and into her big girl bed like her older sister. They were both growing up so fast I wanted to give them a bedroom makeover that encompassed everything they loved to do at this stage in their life. Playing dress up, having tea parties and of course being a fairy princess. I sat down with my older daughter who is 4 and we put together the most awesome To do list of anything our little minds could come up with. Riding unicorns…

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