Dancing in the Rain
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A Trisomy 18 Journey

Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass. It's about learning to dance in the rain. -- Vivian Greene

Friday, January 6, 2012

Julia Slideshow

Here is the slideshow from Julia's memorial service.  Just to let you know -- it is eleven minutes long. :) The original was much longer, and it was an accomplishment to trim it to 11 minutes.  There is a soundtrack included as well in case your audio is turned down or off (like mine usually is).  We hope our love for her and our joy in being her family comes through loud and clear!

We love you, Julia!


Anonymous said...

Stunningly beautiful Jenny. Your love for Julia and the joy she brought you is very evident. How I wish that this could be shown to every med student, doctor and nurse in the country. The lives of these little ones with trisomy 13/18 are extremely precious. Thank you so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

That was life-touching and breathtaking. What a blessing to have such an angel be part of your lives even if it was for a short period of time. One can truly see the love your family has for one another in this video. I began to cry from the moment it began through the very end. Thank you for sharing this peek into your lives and allowing us to experience the joy you had with little Julia. She will be remembered and missed even by those of us who weren't lucky enough to meet her.

My thoughts are with you.


Victoria Miller said...

Such a cherished little girl with a smile full of rainbows. One of the most beautiful videos I've ever seen Jen. Loved your choice of music. I hadn't heard Julia by the Beatles in a long time . . . and the lyrics fit her perfectly.

Margaret Smith said...

What a beautiful video. I am so glad that I got to meet and hold that precious little girl. I love all of you and are praying for you daily.

Amy Tiemeier said...

Thank you for sharing a glimpse of your treasured time with Julia. It was beautiful and lovely and precious.

Sheila Jones said...

I just had a friend who lost her beautiful son at 23 weeks. He was diagnosed with T18. Your site is so beautiful and her love and radiance shine forth. God bless you and your family. You'll be seeing her soon ( in a twinkling)
-Sheila Jones

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