My blog has made a few changes in the past few months. I still find pleasure in well-worn fabrics, white lace and promises. However, my greatest pleasure is in family and faith and in that I find promise. I hope you'll join me on this journey and allow me to share the real ups and downs of my life. If you dare to look into your heart, I'm sure you'll find that my stories are very much like yours.
This post was written in January and I wanted to repost as a reminder to pray for my baby girl and her husband. I know I have asked many, many times as I have brought this before the Lord many, many times.
I had a dream after my mama died. We had already been praying for several years. I dreamed that my mama was there as was I and my daughter and her little girl with blond curly hair and blue eyes. I can see her as vividly now as I did in my dream.
When Christy was just 2 or 3 years old, my mama gave her a little rag doll. Christy carried it around until the hair was falling off. Mama had written, "Nanny" on one foot and "Granddaddy," on the other foot.
In the dream, Mama said, "I wish you would look at that! (that was mama's expression about everything) She's playing with that doll just like her mama did." That was confirmation to me and from that moment on, I have never doubted.
The apron was made for Christy by my mama
because she wanted one "just like Nanny."
One day our granddaughters will play house
and these will be tucked away until then.
Next week will be the second week of injections
with a second shot added.
On Friday, she will have a trial embryo transfer.
So far, the meds have not made her sick,
She works and is in her masters program.
So, she has a lot going on.
Please pass this along to your friends for prayer.
I will be visiting my newest granddaughter in a couple of weeks.
Our Connor man is adjusting nicely
and Cora is a perfect baby, only waking for feedings.
Hope to share new photos soon.
Today, I need to share my heart.
You, my blog friends, have
become my prayer partners,
for which I am so thankful.
Most of you know,
how long we have been praying for a baby,
I'm so ready to see this smile again-
ready to see my baby girl laugh like she once did,
ready to see that twinkle in her eye again.
Ready to see her celebrate again,
Ready for her heart to sing again,
Ready to see the craziness,
Ready to see this incredible love shared with a child.
(This was taken when our Connor man, her brother's baby, was born.)