Many of the rooms of the children who passed are left untouched after their death. Parents usually don't feel comfortable stepping inside the room, choosing to keep it as a memorial instead. 'I don't go into her room very often,' Janet Andersen, mother of Rylee, said. 'I feel like when I go in there I sit in the rocking chair and it's very, very difficult to get out. And so you get stuck.'

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Many of the rooms of the children who passed are left untouched after their death. Parents usually don't feel comfortable stepping inside the room, choosing to keep it as a memorial instead. "I don't go into her room very often," Janet Andersen, mother of Rylee, said. "I feel like when I go in there I sit in the rocking chair and it's very, very difficult to get out. And so you get stuck."

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