This is about my life after Eva...as I mourn the loss of my sweet child and carry on breathing without her. Looking for joy in the morning.
There seem to be daggers lurking around corners :(We've never been to a single sex birthday party.
Where you least expect them...there they are A3B...where you least expect them...
I am so sorry that there are going to continue to be milestones throughout our lives like this girls only party that you mentioned. (((hugs))) I know as my grief journey continues that some things that I go through that are difficult, in the end, help me to heal. Do you think that J's presence in your life is helping you to heal?Maybe I've talked about this before, but after my little Caleb died, I would go over to my friend's house, who had recently had twin boys and at first it was extremely difficult because I could see what I was missing, but in the end it made my life richer and was quite healing to me. What a blessing that the Lord has brought the gift of the child called Little J in your life. I know that our children can never be replaced. I will never have another Caleb, but I do see God's hand in my life and he is restoring me, despite the fact that life will never be the same. With Hope and hugs,Cheryl
Thank you for this perspective Cheryl. It's needed. And I sincerely appreciate your comments.
OK, I'm confused - how come your son got invited to a girl's only brithday party?
Little J is a girl.
She is also only 8 months older than Eva. Eva would also have been invited to this party.