To the baby I will not know in the flesh, but will see again in Heaven
Author: Jennifer Abortion Date: 2004
I was scared and thought I was too young to raise a child. I now know I was selfish. You were a living, breathing human that I chose to end. I regret this decision everyday. I hope you can forgive me for this mistake and love me in return. I think about you and wonder what you would have been like. You are forever in my heart. One day we will meet again in Heaven.
Dec 25, 2014 @ 03:21:59
First of all, Merry Christmas.
I don’t know you, you don’t know me, but I want to give you a very important message about this.
A little bit about me: I am the … “oldest” … of my family, between myself and my sister. I had always felt I had an older brother or sister, and really wanted it, and and … life irony … then when I was a teen, learned that I in fact had an older brother who had been aborted. At that time, they made the mothers name their kids to help with the grieving process. His name was Joel.
My “imaginary” brother who I thought was imaginary but wasn’t was a little taller than myself, had long dark hair, and always, always was present with me. I’ve had a very strong sense that I need to tell my mother that he loves her, and Merry Christmas for him, and every year at Christmas time it gets worse. So this year I’m going to do that for my mother, especially after reading your post.
So, sorry so much of this was about me, but this is important for you too: your son lives (even if he is dead), and loves you very much indeed.