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When a baby is born, it's a mother's instinct to protect her baby. When a baby dies, it's a mother's instinct to protect their memory. --- Unknown Author For some moms, protecting their baby's memory happens when they release pink balloons into a blue sky, or plant a tree that blooms each spring. For others, it comes when they donate backpacks filled with necessities to a child in need, or a Cuddle Cot to another family who has just lost their own.
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