Missing You Still

Sometimes others have better ways of communicating how we feel. The documentary “Jacob” by Shawn Lovering did just that for me today. Watching the imagery of a mother walking aimlessly, searching for her son who also wanders alone through golden fields captures my heart’s constant search for my little boy as the days go by. Nothing about time helps to end our grief. Where there was love there will always be a feeling of loss and an aching urge to see them again. Especially with it being a year after our son’s original due date, I can tell you that some days it may get easier to live with the weight of that sorrow but it never truly goes away. Thinking of my sweet boy Owen, today, and always. ???? 

You can watch Shawn Lovering’s short but meaningful documentary here: Jacob

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  1. You are right in that the pain never really goes away. Like you said there will be good days and bad days but your little ones will always be in your daily thoughts. I know I still think about the little one I lost. Hang in there mama. Hoping 2017 brings you more easier days than tough days.

    1. Thank you Judy. We all will always miss and wish for the ones we lost. I am hopeful for a better 2017. God only gives you as much as you can handle. I feel like He’s stepping in now to bring me the desires of my heart, and of my family. We all wanted to have more children for Naomi to grow up with. Hopefully 2017 is the year we get to bring a healthy baby home.

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