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Good morning everyone,
I feel like today is going to be a very good day. I am up having my cup of coffee and my quiet time. The snow is still covering all the trees and ground outside and I can't believe how many beautiful Cardinals I have seen. Come to think of it we rarely ever saw Cardinals till Mamie died. Now we see them everywhere. I looked up the symbolism of a Cardinal and this is what I found.

Animal Symbolism of the Cardinal

The symbolic meaning of cardinals deals with vibrancy and brilliance.

As we observe the cardinal – particularly against the backdrop of the stark winter months, we are reminded that even when things appear bleak or isolated, there is always the presence of beauty, hope, and love.

Cardinals encourage us to express our brilliance and reveal our truest selves. Their radiant red is a symbol for us to recognize the gifts in our hearts that we have to give to others in love and friendship.

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Pretty cool right :) They really are so beautiful and amazing to watch. I believe this is just another sign sent to Taylor and I from Mamie. A sign that she is okay and that her baby brother is going to be okay.

We have received so many positive emails and stories for people all over that have run into the same issue with soft markers in their growing baby. I can't tell you how good it makes us feel to hear from you all.

Lets all raise our coffee's this morning to a good day :)

Cheers-

Sarah

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  1. Hello Sarah,
    I seen your blog on another blog I follow called kellys korner. I just wanted to let you know that I am so sorry for your loss of your little precious baby girl. I also checked out your page for Poppy Plates and what you are doing is simply amazing! I had a miscarriage at 12 weeks, and we named our precious baby poppy as well. Just seeing poppies reminds me of that memorable time in our lives, even if it was cut so short.
    I want you to know that I am praying for you during your journey with your new little one. Let God keep your spirits up and continue to walk with you along the way!

    www.wheresthedamnstork.blogspot.com
    sarah

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  2. Hello, just wanted to let you know I am praying for your little boy. Our second son had one, possibly two, choroid plexus cysts on his brain at the 20 week ultrasound. The 4 weeks between that appointment and our level II ultrasound was the worst period of my life but thankfully, four weeks later, the cysts could no longer be detected! I hope you will cling to your faith and know that in many circumstances, these cysts are just part of normal fetal development. Still, it was not statistics that got me through such an uncertain time but rather knowing that God is the One in control.

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  3. Sarah, did you get that picture of that cardinal? It sounds like the Lord is taking care of you and that baby boy. Miss you friend and keep us posted.

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