I guess I don’t know where to start writing from here. I have yet to figure out what I’m comfortable sharing concerning the loss of our baby, what’s relevant and what’s personal. This last week has been a huge growing experience, so much of my heart has been exposed as the Lord continues to reveal his goodness to me.
I’ve been writing more than I have in quite awhile; I write my thoughts. I write my prayers. And I write my memories.
I write for me.
It’s been good therapy for me to get my thoughts and feelings out on paper, where they won’t be judged by anyone. But by the time I’m done I’m usually emotionally spent and my computer has gone days without so much as being opened.
Your words of support, your prayers for me and my family, they mean the world to me. God has used so many women over the last week to minister to me, to teach me more about Him and His everlasting love than I’ve known before.
We grieve, but there is also joy in knowing that I will one day be able to hug my little one and he will give me a tour of heaven.
We grieve, but there is comfort in the fact that he is safe – in a world free of pain and sorrow – doing what we are all made to do, worship our Creator.
And we grieve, but there is peace knowing that I will never have to pray for his salvation, knowing full well he is already with the Lord.
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