Father to daughter
What can I say? Where shall I start? You were so beautiful, you captured my heart We only got to know you, through images on a screen We felt the occasional movement, the rest was left unseen
If God had allowed it, I would have loved you so I would have given anything, just to see you grow To share with you in laughter; your joy, your years To even share the sad times, and wipe away your tears
You would have been so beautiful; you had your mother’s eyes And witty and funny, and carefree and wise You’d have loved the mountains, as we shared walks and climbs You had such potential; now I know only sad times
I will not devalue the time we shared, with any platitude Just take these never-had memories, into my solitude They said once for a princess, that the price for love was grief So I will hold onto the loss I feel, and won’t let it be brief
I will not end with sadness; there’s hope in these words I’ve spoken My joy is now the Father’s, and in Heaven nothing’s broken Please know I dared to love you, and if Heaven’s rules allow I’ll hold you close again one day, and forget the pain of now
Flowers from my neighbor Lauren
A 1st birthday figurine I got from two new friends that have both lost their babies
A beautiful cross from some sweet wedding clients Payton and Sarah
These flowers were sent to us from my doctor and nurse from Cornerstone. Thanks Doctor Seller and Barbara.
And these beautiful flowers were sent to us from clients and now friends of mine Drew and Katherine.