I spent a good part of the afternoon relaxing in a warm bath, which seemed like the best place to be on a cold rainy January afternoon. It was hard to be in that place at first, as that’s where I was when I received the devastating phone call from our geneticist. However, I quickly relaxed, and let the sweet little pokes and jabs that were protruding from my belly surface occupy my attention.
I watched as the literal ripples traveled across the water, and thought about the figurative ripples that this baby’s life would also create here in this world. God has something beautiful in store here.
Indeed he does! Thanks for sharing.
What God has that is beautiful here is definitely you, Aleisa. Plain and simple.
You continually amaze me…..so glad we’re friends….
Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Your faith and love is comforting and changing hearts and lives.
You never know lovely.
Again it strikes me, your little doodle love is a tremendous blessing. Thank you for sharing.
What beautiful words and what a beautiful story! Big hugs my dear friend
Beautiful…This little one has ALREADY made a difference in this world…. His/Her/YOUR story has touched so many….
It’s so amazing to me God’s timing on this. I was reading through your old blog posts again and this one strikes me. It’s just SO God. It all started in that tub with the phone call from your geneticist…and it turned into a place of warmth, relaxation, play and comfort for sweet Nora. My kids love all her “baff” pictures. Please know you are still blessing lives with your story. Thank you for sharing Nora with all of us. She has left a heart shaped print on all of us.