Monday, May 9, 2011

2nd Mother's Day Without you...

Today was my second Mother's Day without you.  Another card without your precious markings.  This day is so bitter sweet.  I miss you.  I wasn't up to doing much today.  I did go out to luch with the boys and it was good.  Your brothers are sweet Hannah.  I know they miss you too.  Daddy was missing nanna a lot today.  I know y'all are enjoying each other and the beauty of all that surrounds you.  Schools coming to a close.  It's been so hard not having you here to get ready to go every morning.  I just miss you baby.  I miss you so bad.  Wish you were here.  Love Always, Mommy


Susan said...

Continuing to pray for you and your family! I am glad you can continue to find some peace through your writings to your sweet angel. Know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many whom you have never met. Our Mother's Day was scarred by the confirmation of a diagnosis... Mother's Day was not too joyful for me, either. I will continue to pray for you guys as you continue on your journey!

Susan Lee
4 Paws for Ability

Anonymous said...

Hello, My name is Jamie I live in The Twin Cities of Minnesota. I saw your blog abt Hannah, on the 4paws site while looking into an assistance dog for one of my 3 children. I have 3 children that have Autism. One 10, one 5 and one 3. Oldest son Donovan is severe/profound and has intellectual disability in the severe/profound range as well. My princess and only daughter Gracie is 5 and moderate Autism, non verbal, mild CP, hypotonia, and Developmental delay. Alex my baby is 3. He has PDD. All of them bring their own unique gifts, and are wonderful blessings and gifts from God. God must have thought highly of me, to have given me such blessings. I want to extend my deepest sympathy for the loss of Hannah. In many ways, upon what I have read she reminds me of my daughter Gracie, from love of chicken nuggets, to happy go lucky little girl, to the vanilla shakes, I sobbed upon reading abt Hannah. I truly and very sorry, and I know that this will never help relieve your pain, but in times of grief just knowing people genuinely care abt your daughter without having even met her, hopefully helped a little thru the toughest times. May God bless you and your family. I hope Koolio is coping well. Poor boy. Take care of yourself, and stay strong----------Jamie Knopik