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December 01, 2004




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Beautiful piece, Jenn. What an inspiration you are; it is indeed hard to not be able to look to your parents for advice and support. I don't share your situation, but I do understand in a small way. Hugs to you - thanks for writing this -


Jenn, what a great piece, and congratz to you and your sister for being a support system. My own mother died February 2003, two days before I found out I was pregnant, so I know what it's like to be pregnant, and then a new mother without a mother to ask... did you go through this? Luckily my sisters who have kids filled in a few blanks. And for those times when I'm helplessly drenching myself with tears, my father's only a phone call away - hooray for mothering dads as well.


I envy you your sister .. and your mother.. for however long you had her.. what a beautiful tribute .. and glad you have both ..


How lucky with all that bad/sad luck to have a great sister. I envy you.

I did it pretty much on my own. And would have loved to have a sister to lean on. All I have is a brother, and he's not the leanable type.

Keep up the good work.


What a great blog; I feel like I've struck gold! Thank you so much for sharing, and I'd love to blogroll you if I may. . . . .


Cooper pointed out your piece to me (she referenced it in our blog) and I love it. You've given me something to think about for days. I never had a sister (I was surrounded by brothers) and now I have two girls. There seems to be magic in the sister dynamic when it works, and I often wonder if my girls will be kind and loving and supportive of each other when they're adults. And now, I'll hope that they are good to each other as mothers.


Jenn, this is beautiful. You are so right when you say we, as parents, need (and must have)some kind of support from someone. It is so cool you found that in your sister.

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