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Published 2016-07-27
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Have you ever seen a purple butterfly in a hospital? Check out what it means

We are sure that the woman did not want to offend the feelings of Millie, but her comment caused a number of consequences. Seeing a tired woman (as she interpreted it) and her baby, the woman said: "You're lucky you don’t have twins." Sadly, her words were not entirely true.

Have you ever seen a purple butterfly in a hospital? Check out what it means 1

It turns out that Millie was also pregnant with twins but unfortunately Callie's twin sister had died a few hours after birth due to a tragic brain condition.

Have you ever seen a purple butterfly in a hospital? Check out what it means 2

What the woman had interpreted as tiredness after delivery, it was actually a great sorrow and grief after losing her daughter. This woman couldn’t know and her comment was not intended to hurt Millie, but of course it made her walk out the room crying. "I had no strength to tell her what had happened," says Millie.

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Nia Manderson-Matheson
Nia Manderson-Matheson 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
It's a ******* butterfly
Tavyanna Jackson
Tavyanna Jackson 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
A "******* butterfly" who represents the loss of a child .
Tavyanna Jackson
Tavyanna Jackson 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
A "******* butterfly" who represents the loss of a child .
Ashley Brown
Ashley Brown 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
It's a sign of infant loss. So that people know that family is greiving before approaching them.
Kolbie Ritteger
Kolbie Ritteger 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
The purple butterfly means that the baby had a twin that died last time I knew
Amanda Hope Johnson
Amanda Hope Johnson 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
It represents a child whose twin died in childbirth so no one unintentionally hurts the parents by making unknowingly rude comments
Kierstyn Nicole
Kierstyn Nicole 8/5/16, 7:41 AM
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