Wednesday, September 18, 2013

A Decade in Pictures


I remember when I first posted this picture on facebook a friend wrote, 
"You've made a lot of beautiful people, Laura.  PS. I can see the others in the sky."

Wow.
She saw them.

I was recently going through pictures to make a video for Joey (Andrew's surviving twin) and these pictures stood out to me.
I made this for my first son.
Do you see him?



9 comments:

  1. Amazing, Laura. This is a wonderful gift to Joey and Andrew as well as the other children...you are the real gift to so many!<3 Sue

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    1. Thanks Sue!!! <3 You're a gift to me!!

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  2. Those pictures and the song together...wow. You could see him, yes. You could feel him, yes.

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    1. Thank you so much!!! <3 You made my heart smile.

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  3. I see him...in you. Beautiful song, beautiful memories, you're a beautiful, inspiring person.

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  4. Thanks Jodi! I knew you would!! Love you so much!!! <3 <3 <3 (((hugs))) L

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  5. What happen to andrew... it made me cry and cry all the time when I'm reading you words. But I don't realty know exactly what happen to your wonder angel..please I just want to know.. -----my hearth falling apart shhhhhh..

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    1. Hi Pauline,
      I hope you come back to this post as I can't reply to you in email since it said, "no reply." Andrew died hours before his delivery because of a cord accident. He was pink and beautiful and perfect. His twin (also wrapped in cord) was delivered and was and is healthy. To read more about that night (and more details), check this out.
      http://momentsofpause.blogspot.com/search/label/Andrew%27s%20Story

      Thanks for the comment. I so appreciate it! <3

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    2. If the link doesn't work, just go to my blog and you'll see on the right side where it says, "For my angels" and you can read about Andrew and E. If you're reading this on your phone, just scroll to the bottom and click that you want to view it as a website and you'll be able to read more of Andrew's story. <3

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