Saturday, October 20, 2012

Capture Your Grief- Day 14: Community

For numerous reasons, we have never really been to a big community event that honors our little angels, except for a ceremony at the local Angel of Hope when Ellie brick was added- along with several others... Ellie's brick was a present to us from one of Dave's co-workers. Such a thoughtful and meaningful gift- I love that Ellie's name is going to be there forever!






Like I said before, I think I've found the most support and understanding from the other moms that I've met online. Last summer, a few of us were able to get together for a couple of days and you would have never guessed that we were strangers! It was like we'd known each other for years! Such wonderful lovely ladies and mothers! And I am so thankful for our babies for bringing us together so that we don't have to walk this long hard path alone! I hope that one day I am able to meet some of the other people that so far, I only know online!

A couple of pics from our day of fun with Natasha (Aiden's Mommy), Tiffany (Juju's Mommy), Deanna (River's Mommy), Kristin (Stevie's Mommy) and Jenna (Noah's Mommy)



Funny side note- Jenna was actually at the Angel of Hope ceremony that we were at- I remember seeing her there but I didn't know it was her! I remembered her because she was pregnant with her little rainbow Ollie and it was soooo hot that day! I kept thinking how hot it must feel for the pregnant lady across the way!

2 comments:

Deanna said...

Tiffany, I wish we could do that day over and over again. I honestly felt more comfortable with you ladies than I had in over 2 years. It was amazing that we were essentially strangers but spent the entire day like we had known each other our whole lives. Much love to you! Remembering Ellie, Noah, Aiden, Julius and Stevie always.

B. Wilson said...

You women have saved me time and time again as well. I don't know how I would be carrying on right now if it weren't for women who blog and on a daily basis remind me that I am normal to grieve my son.

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