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Please Pray!

Today has been a very emotional day. I got a text around 10am from NILMDTS that a baby that was delivered at 38 weeks was about to pass. I froze when I saw the text. It made me so sick to think of what that family was going through. The whole day my head has been in the clouds thinking of this family. Why does this have to happen?

Just a little while ago Taylor and I were snuggled up on the couch having a glass of wine and watching tv when I got a call from one of my favorite wedding clients from a few years back. She began crying as she told me her cousin went in for her 38 week check up today and they could not find the heartbeat...... I immediately began having flash backs of me sitting in the ultrasound room as they told me Mamie had died. What is going on??? I just want to scream right now! My client wanted to know if I would be willing to photograph their precious baby once he was delivered. That was a question I didn't have to think about. I told her I would for sure be there if they wanted me to.

My heart is broken for these two families. I just don't understand. I am writing tonight to ask you all to please pray for these families. The power of prayer is an amazing thing. I pray that God wraps His arms around them and holds them tight.

- Sarah

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  1. Im so sorry to hear about these two families.. I will pray for comfort through this terrible time

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  2. I just hate hearing this Sarah. I will being praying for them, and for you and Tay...I know it must have been an even tougher day than normal. Love you!

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  3. there are not words to heal the hurt, but we will certainly pray. i know you are strong, but i hope you are doing well also. i admire you for offering your talents and self to these families. may God use you to bring peace to them.

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  4. Me too on the prayers, and I'm so glad for that family that they have someone who truly understands what they're going through to be there for such a special and heartbreaking time.

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