Give Bella a Voice!

Please do not overlook and take the time to read.  This is very important!!! This was written by my husband for a very important project. You can help!


Give Bella a Voice!.


I Will Carry You

No other song can make me cry like this one.  Written and sang by Selah, the song is a true account of one of Selah’s members, Todd and his wife Angie, who lost their baby girl at 32 weeks gestation.  They delivered a baby girl named Audrey who lived for two and a half hours.  She had many health conditions  and although they knew for most of the pregnancy she might not ever survive, they left it in God’s hands.  Like them, I had many plans for our daughter Bella.  I was looking forward to all the big bows, the pretty pink dresses and everything that entails a little princess. I longed to hold her and kiss her constantly, to rock her to sleep, to hear her little feet running across the house.   I loved her more than life itself, but there is someone who loved her more.  Continue reading

"The DON’T list": A grieving parents wish list (via pdstories)

My husband posted this today and it is something I have been wanting to do myself. So many times people don’t know what to say or do in a situation like ours. Honestly, I wouldn’t either. Hope it sheds some light into our world.

"The DON'T list": A grieving parents wish list One of the most asked questions after "What do you guys need", is "How can we help". I have compiled a list of things not to do when dealing with grieving parents. Of course, this is based on my own personal emotions, so I don't know that everyone's list would look the same. I figured I would at least give all the answers out there. For one, I want to eliminate the excuses others may have and secondly I want to help others know how to help others … Read More

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