Everyone who has lost a child is affected in some way in the area of grandchildren, making it a big topic with many angles.
In today’s episode, Laura talks about those who have grandchildren through their child who is no longer here, and how quite often those grandchildren are removed from our lives (which Laura has personal experience with.)
She also brings on Sara Nelson, who lost her only child who did not have children, to talk about what it is like knowing you will never be a grandparent.
Next week, Laura will continue this discussion with several other ways it can affect us, including bringing on someone who is now raising her grandchildren.
Note: Today’s episode is being sponsored by Chris & ReNae Trebelhorn in memory of their son, Aaron.
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Hizkia Aritonang was born on August 14 and is forever 20.
Callan Letcher was born on August 15 and is forever 17.
Aaron Trebelhorn was born on August 16 and is forever 21.
Jeremy Bornemeier was born on August 16 and is forever 32.
Jadyn Philipps was born on August 17 and is forever 18.
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