The Sad Part of Christmas...12/19/2013
Wow, that title sounds so...sad. While this is a sad post for me it's also a beautiful reflection of a life shared with such an amazing woman. Last year on Christmas morning I lost my Grammie (my mom's mom). I got the call shortly after opening gifts with my in-laws. My mom wanted to wait to tell me until after we had been with them so not to ruin Christmas. What she will never know is that it didn't ruin Christmas. While the moment was sad, I was content in knowing she was no longer in pain or feeling ill. To have her no longer suffering was my Christmas wish.
|Taken 1 Month after I had Hannah - 4 Generations|
I miss my Grammie tremendously and while she got to see Hannah several times she moved away before she could meet Savannah. The timing in this situation is sad but both David and I took solace in knowing that both our Grandmothers were in Heaven together (we had just lost David's Granny almost two months earlier).
|Taken at my Baby Shower for Hannah|
|Taken 1 Week after Hannah was born|