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Uru Hammer
My Little Boy Is 4, As Well...
Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:13

...and went thru a period of morbid fascination.

I think it was his first understanding of death, at least to some extent.

What I thought was important was to make sure that fear was not a part of our discussions. While we may not know what comes after, if anything, there is no cause for fear.

I think we did okay.


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