Thursday, September 11, 2008

Remembering the heroes...

I just wanted to take this time to remember those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001 as well as all the men and women fighting for our country. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your families. Thank you for doing what you are doing!!! YOU ALL OUR TRUE HEROES!!!!

5 comments:

Kelsi said...

Hi there, just wanted to tell you congratulations on your ultra sound! That is such wonderful news! I have a baby name blog and also have 4 boys so you should chek it out if you want some unusal name ideas! It is www.babynamegame.blogspot.com Good luck with every thing! You deserve to bring a baby home right from the hospital! I will be thinking of you! Also I know a great blog that you might enjoy reading, this sweet mother lost her baby girl in Jun and is such a great writer! She also has a private blog for familys who have lost a child. Maybe you might be interested in joining. I know you don't know me, but I want you to know that you have inspired me and I think you are a wonderful mom and person! Take care, Kelsi

Kelsi said...

OH that blog is www.adailyscoop.blogspot.com you can also link to it from my blog! Take care, Kelsi

Brian and Cassi Reed said...

First off, we want to thank you so much for all the support that you have given to all three of us over the last 3 weeks. It was so nice knowing that you had been right there in the same situations. Congrats on the ultrasound, but i know what you mean about "bringing a baby home" I was holding my good friend's 2 day old baby today and he began to cry, I realized I had no idea what to do with a crying baby since we never heard Elli cry. It is so nice knowing that Ava and Elli will have eachother to keep them company in heaven until their mommies get there. You have been such an inspiration to Brian and I, seeing what adversity you and your family have been faced, and seeing that you have made the best of all of it and can still have happiness in the aftermath of the loss of a baby. Thank you once again for all the words of encouragment, they truly helped get us through those long hours in the NICU. We will continue to follow your journey with Kaden and your new son. Contrats and Thanks

Brian, Cassi and Angel Elli

CrackerJacks said...

Lovely post.

My Three Sons said...

I read your comment on Amie's blog. Very interesting, I was also home sick. I had a severe kidney infection and was at the ER the night before. They wanted to keep my but I talked them into sending me home with an IV and home health instead. I had just got Coltan and Cody out of the bath and they were running back into my room naked and as they passed the TV, that is when I saw it. I'll never forget that vivid memory.