I’m writing today at Glow in the Woods about the reality of parenting after losing a child who lived his whole life in the care of the medical people we trust with our lives and who couldn’t save him.
I don’t write much about the SCBU days. It’s still too painful to think about, let alone write about. And in all honesty, I’m terrified that having left it so long, perhaps I can’t remember much of his life at all.
This post is mostly about how life is after the unspeakable, when you don’t make it to the ‘going home’ board of special care. I hope you’ll take the time to read it. Glow is very important to me.