I've been sitting here staring at the picture.....his eyes, his smile. I love you.
Today, one of many that you looked forward to, must accentuate your grief. There is just no way around this and that is brutal beyond comprehension. I remember Ayden and your dream for him to be a sock monkey today.
That is one of my favorite pictures of him....totally precious
You wrote this later last night because around 8 pm DH and I were sitting here reading your blog together.Hopefully today you can breathe a bit easier now that Halloween is behind all of us who don't have our children here to show off.Love the picture of Ayden!
I'm continuing to lift you up in prayer through all of these special days you were looking forward to. I cannot imagine your pain and sadness...
Absolutely adorable! Thanks for sharing.Stacey from CA
I am happy that you have such beautiful pictures of your little man. Gorgeous family pictures and so much video tape of him. What a blessing. I know you wish you had more pictures and things you forgot to video tape that you wish you had. He is a handsome little baby boy. Thought about you and Jeremy. Had you in my thoughts and many prayers. We got through the month of October,2 more rather hard months to come. Your friend Crystal
It is just so unfair Lindsay. He is so, so beautiful and it just isn't fair.
you know, I read in a book once about time and eternity and heaven. I wish I could remember which book it was, but can't off the top of my head. Anyway, it was addressing the issue of time and heaven and the thought was that there really is no "time" as we know it in heaven. So, it would be like when you get up there Ayden would turn around and look at you like "there you are!" almost as if you just walked out of the room for a minute and then back in. When I read it many years ago, I remember thinking, that'll be so nice! It fits perfectly in my thoughts for your family and Ayden. It'll be so very soon in the big picture of things but not nearly soon enough for you guys now. Thinking of you today and hoping Halloween wasn't too hard.
Hey Lindsay and Jeremy, I thought of you when I read this blog post, thought I would share it. Hope it can be encouraging in this discouraging time! Love you guys!http://www.chattingatthesky.com/2009/09/27/broken/
Just talked to a friend tonight who lost her brother, and about my own grief over losing my dear mama. I CAN NOT imagine losing a child. Why do we have to be so sad? We know our loss makes heaven all the sweeter, but I know how much you miss him. This picture is so amazing! Just like Ayden!
I love his sweet little face, it just lights up a room! You and Jeremy WILL see that face again one day!!! We'll be with our boys again - Kelley