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After Losing Their 2-Year-Old Daughter To Cancer, Couple Creates ‘Smile Packs' For Kids Battling Pediatric Cancer

Posted On: Sep 17, 2019   |   Posted By: Scary Mommy

After Losing Their 2-Year-Old Daughter To Cancer, Couple Creates ‘Smile Packs' For Kids Battling Pediatric Cancer

“Grief is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life.” - Anne Roiphe
Those of us who have never suffered the unbearable pain of losing a child often find ourselves saying things like, “I could never endure it...” Or we wonder, “How do they keep going?” when we think of the parents' grief .
But the truth is, we all keep going, regardless of the lot we are handed in life, because we have to. Even mothers and fathers forced to outlive their children. They say goodbye. And they somehow find the strength to remake life using strength and courage they didn't even know they had.
Such is the path for Scott and Pammy Kramer of Chicago, Illinois, who said goodbye to their beautiful little girl Maddie in January of 2018 after an eight-month battle with cancer.
The remaking of life.
Courtesy of Scott and Pammy Kramer
How does a parent do it when the pain is so heavy? When the grief wraps around you, suffocating, and you dread waking up in the morning to face another day? Well, for the Kramers,...

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