my son dad passed and hes already asking
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Nicole - posted on 04/29/2009
I agree, my son lost his Nan to cancer a month before he turned 3 and I explained everything to him. He knew she was sick and what she had, so when she passed I told him she had gone up to the sky to live because the doctors couldn't fix her, but she'll always be around him and that he could talk to her whenever he wanted. He is now 10 and still asks me about her as he dosn't remember her. If your son hasn't already got one give him a special photo of his dad in a frame so he can look at it whwnever he wants. Goodluck
Lindsay - posted on 05/01/2009
He doesn't need to know the bad stuff at 3, tell him as he gets older, as he's able to understand. Talk to a psychologist to help with how exactly. But for now, Daddy didn't want to go, he loved you very much and he's watching over you. Hope your situation for you and your son is safe and you find happiness. Make and teach your boy how to make better choices, so neither of you will find yourselves in a similar situation as his Dad. Life is about the choices we make and our willingness to accept responsibility for their consequences. The quality of your life depends on you, based on those choices.
Tamara - posted on 04/30/2009
but his father was shot how do i explain that to him he wants to know what happend he asks about him all the time he says call my dad i told him it isnt any phones and heaven he remembers how he looks he even tells me he dreams about him the situation his father was in is a very sad story but he keeps asking me what happend
Darcey - posted on 04/30/2009
hi tamara!i know exactly how u feel my daughters dad died 5years ago wen she was 2!i found it difficult 2deal with so cudn even begin 2imagine how it was going 2feel 4her!i had some precious times n memories with him yet she was left with nothin!ova the years i have put 2getha a memory box 4her with photos of happy times we had n things he had given her!i explained that her dad wasnt well so he had 2go with the angels!in reality it is easier than u think 2explain 2a child when they r so young its as they get older n start 2understand things that the really hard questions come 2light!u shud do or say what u think is best being mums we always do!i promise u will find the right words!goodluck n my thoughts r with u both!jus remember ur not alone!xx
Tracee - posted on 04/29/2009
You should be as honest as you can, as he will remember your answer like you a god, he only seems little but its a big question, the answer that you give him will come up over and over again once you have given it to reassure his little mind he has it right...
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