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

Monday, October 22, 2012

Day 22: Place of Care


 Day 22: Place of Care

Our home
We were very blessed to be able to spend Julia's year with us at home. 
After her discharge from the hospital following her birth, Julia never spent another night in the hospital. 
As we contemplate and try to prepare to move to a new home in the coming year, I struggle with even the idea of leaving this house. 
Her house. Our house together. 
The only house all four of our children will have lived in. 

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. This national observance month was established in 1988 by President Reagan.  This post is part of Carly Marie's "Capture Your Grief" 31 day photography project for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.

4 comments:

L said...

The move will be both hard and good. At least that's what we're finding. As we are unpacking boxes, and finding new places to put Lilly's things, it feels like she is with us. And she always will be in our hearts. But it makes me cry at times thinking of our house we just moved from - and especially all the places Lilly was in it on the day she passed away. It helps that this house is "Lilly colored" outside - it was like God reassuring us it was OK to move.

Miss G said...

Wow, Jenny. I didn't know you were contemplating a move. That has got to be hard. I will say that I have been very attached to homes in the past and while I do not have an experience just like yours I have found God to be extremely gracious and faithful in helping me to move away from homes in the past and be settled where I am now. Kelly

Miss G said...

Wow, Jenny. I didn't know you were contemplating a move. That has got to be hard. I will say that I have been very attached to homes in the past and while I do not have an experience just like yours I have found God to be extremely gracious and faithful in helping me to move away from homes in the past and be settled where I am now. Kelly

Jenny said...

We won't be going too far-- hopefully we will find a place in this same neighborhood! Thank you for your thoughts on this!

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