As I followed your story through Noemi's blog, I came to love those babies and I cried as each one left to go to Jesus. The joy of Sylas finally coming home and watching as he has grown has been such a blessing. While I will never be able fully comprehend the pain you have in your hearts, I do want you to know I am praying for you and I thank you for allowing me to share in some of your life story. May God hold you tightly today and may each little life be remembered for the joy and amazing story that was told in those few days.
I love you. *hug*
Ditto on the above post. My thoughts exactly. You are loved.Amanda in ohIo"You give and take away.. Lord Blessed be Your name..."
I remember stumbling upon your story through the blog of Dave and Janet Horsman. I was captivated from the beginning and my heart sank when I heard of your losses, one by one. I can hardly believe that it has been two years already. Sylas is so fortunate to have two parents who love him so dearly and who are willing to advocate for him in what seems at times, I'm sure, a sea of uncertainty. Keep moving forward and rest in the peace that Lucia, Bennet, Tryg, Lincoln and Cadence are keeping your home in Heaven full of laughter and joy while they wait for all of you to join them.
May God hold you as 'mommy' tonight longing for your babies... I can't say more right now as my heart aches for the pain you must feel at the loss of your precious babies.
Happy Birthday to Sylas...praying for you this day as it brings a mixture of happiness and sadness.
I cannot even imagine what you are feeling. I just want to let you know you are in my thoughts and prayers.
We love you and that's all I can think of to say!
Happy Birthday Sylas!Hugs from Dallas. Krista
I cannot believe it's been 2 years since the babies were born. I remember so clearly finding your story through Noemi's blog and I have never been the same. Remembering all of your sweet children...and holding you in hugs and prayers.
My experience is not the same as yours because I never lost a baby after I had seen it and named it. But I lost several before they were born and I will tell you that the pain lessens as you focus on your children who are here with you on earth. Mine are teenagers now and I occasionally think of the others, and know that they are waiting for me. When I am sad that I only have three children, I remind myself that I really have seven, and I just haven't met the others yet. But as your family grows and the children present new challenges, the thoughts of the others fade. It's inevitable, and it's not a bad thing. You are so blessed to have two healthy children, and Sylas is SUCH a cutie. Whatever his issues are, he is exactly the way that he is supposed to be, and the others are exactly where they are supposed to be. You know that. Focus on the ones who need you now. The others will be there later, in their time.
Thank you so much for taking the time to share. I love hearing from you. P.S. I'm sorry for the word verification step, but oh, my. I'm getting lots of spam.