December 03, 2012

Living in the moment - Paris...

Thank you all for the kind comments on my "life among the living..." post. Here's an example of a great day my husband and I had in Paris 2 weeks ago. I'm very grateful for him and some amazing people God has placed in our lives.

I understand that God has a purpose for everything. However, it still hurts that my baby isn't here. I still have people who remember seeing me pregnant, come up to me and ask about my baby...

Living in the ICU for four months is an experience - we were surrounded by some of the sickest children in the UK and further (there were children from several EU countries, Canada and even the USA) at Great Ormond Street. It's easy to forget that millions more children are born healthy, and that you're surrounded with the select few. I'm adjusting to living in the moment...







15 comments:

  1. Just Beautiful! You are blessed to have someone stand by your side and make you smile in the city of love!

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  2. You guys are matching with the red accents hehe

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  3. These are so beautiful! It makes my heart smile and I pray God will continue to replenish and bless your love and joy in each other. Have a lovely December :)

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  4. I second what everyone has said... This post made me smile!

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    1. Thanks! I'll aim to post on the happier days :)

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  5. Awwww so beautiful

    I wish you both many more beautiful and joy filled days ahead IJN Amen

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  6. Your marriage will only be strengthened. Your in my thoughts and prayers, I really mean that...your written in my prayer journal so I can't forget :-)

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  7. For 'those days and moments' that creep up all so often, heres a poem by the ministry of Desiring God, I pray both you and your husband will find comfort, hope and encouragement in the words of this poem.
    I prayed for you also :) May the Lord teach and show you more of Himself, may you be blessed with more children who you will see grow and will become men and women for the kingdom of God.
    Merry Christmas Mrs K, may this christmas and the coming new year be extraordinary for you and your husband.
    http://www.desiringgod.org/blog/posts/hope-for-the-hurting-this-christmas-video

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  8. I am so sorry for you loss. :(

    I am so happy that you have such a wonderful love with your husband. It is wonderful when you have someone like your hubby to be with you and support you during difficult times.

    I'm thinking of you.

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