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Memories of Keke Dee
When we brought Cooper home from the hospital, she approached the baby carrier slowly, sniffing all around it. It was clear she knew that we'd brought home a little baby because for months she slept snuggled next to my pregnant belly (she never snuggled like that while we were sleeping - and never did since!). Once we moved Cooper out of our room (after 4 months) and into his own crib in his room, she would curl up and sleep right outside his door on the third floor of our Catharine Street house. Again, she never did it before and never did again. It was only while he was a baby. And when I was nursing Cooper, she used to come "prancing" around, sniffing and watching and kneading and attending to, sometimes to the point where I'd have to say, "okay Keke, I got this! I'm the mom, I can handle it!" I swear if she could have nursed him she would have done it herself LOL. As she aged--and perhaps an indication of her sickness that we didn't know about--she always wanted to be picked up and wanted to spend more lap time. I loved putting her up over my shoulder and she'd just melt into my neck and purr and relax like it was the best thing in the world. It was comforting for both of us. I miss her every day. xoxo Keke - I love you sweet Keke Dee!!
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