I lost my Mum on March 13th this year she was only 52, she was my best friend, some days I find it really hard to go about my normal life as it will never ever be the same again without her, I want to know why she was taken so young she was so full of life and deserved to live it..... but I know I'll never have those answers. The one thing that keeps me going is my lil man who is almost 3 years old he was my mums world and we miss her so much words cannot explain how it feels to lose someone that you love so much and that was such a big part of our lives.
Your Mum sounds wonderful and I'm glad she was able to be with your lil man for a while, that she knew him and he knows her.
This loss is still so recent. Be patient with yourself through this and hold on to your little guy and let him make you smile. One thing about children is that they pull you forward into life even when you want to just stay in bed and cry. You will never forget your beloved mum, but you will heal and it won't always be this hard.
And keep talking here if it helps, how you're feeling but also your favorite memories of her.
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