Thursday, June 25, 2009

Give Me Your Right Ear!

Listen up!

Last night on the news Fox 9 was investigating (I know I know..the newscast with the least amount of real news) in which ear you need to speak if you want people to truly listen to you.

The answer is the right ear.

So please turn your right ear to me for a second.

God if you are listening: I know you're doing what's best for David and I at the moment. But if you could help us find some peace in the meantime we would appreciate it. I will be indebted to you forever if you could send us down a reasoning as to why you're doing this to us. Please watch over us and protect us. Also, if you must call our baby for you own, please take good care of the little one. I hear Baby Angel wings are fragile.

Baby if you are listening: Your Mom and Dad love you very very much. We wish you the best in heaven and hope you take good care of everyone up there. Please watch over us and protect us all here on earth. There are many people who love you and wish you the best no matter what. We love every little baby kick and spending the short time we have with you. Love you forever.

Friends, Family and Supporters if you are listening: We appreciate your love and support. Many of you have asked what you can do for us. The honest truth is, I don't know. I don't know how to help myself sometimes. All I ask is you hug the children dearest to you and never let go. Tell them you love them and pretty soon there will be a Baby Angel to watch over them.

Everyone has a story waiting to be told. Always be willing to lend your right ear.


  1. That's okay if you don't know what you need right now. Have you considered talking to a counselor who specializes in grief (especially loss of a child)? Just thought I'd throw that option out there...might be something you and David might want to consider. Hang in there...

  2. My heart breaks for you and David, I hope you become stronger everyday. I know you are a lot stronger than I am because I would not be dealing with this very well and while just reading you entries I tear up. Your entries are inspiring and heartfelt and one day you should think about making a book of them in honor of the little one. Good luck and I hope God will bring you and your family peace, I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. is so hard to understand why God takes your child. I don't think you ever do but it will very, very slowly become more bearable. I wish I had some comfort for you but I just pray that DairyBaby and my little baby Jameson are with God.
    -Lauren (PaisleyDuke)