Saturday, June 26, 2010

Rowan Tree Foundation Butterfly Release

Carson and Jade
Carson and Jude.

This photo is represents me alot. Part of the petals are missing from the flower and that is exactly how my heart is. Part of my heart because Grace is not here with us. It is something that I have learned to live with and deal with on a day to day basis.
I had this tile made for my cousins who both lost children. Cathy and Darryl lost Magdalene, Mary, Michael and Martin. Dasha lost Kolby. The four pink and yellow gerber daisies represent Cathy and Darryl's babies and the single yellow Gerber daisy is for Kolby.

I hate that we have to have a memorial wall for our children but I am so glad that we have a place to go. I don't know what I would have done without all the women I have met on my journey. They are all amazing people and I have become friends with several of them. I really enjoy seeing where we have come from and how we are doing now. My core group has since had children and I love seeing them play together.

Friday, June 25, 2010

Swim day with friends

We met Jade and Teague at the swimming pool this morning. On the weekdays from 9-10, they have toddler time. Carson really enjoyed that time and went down the slide. When all the big kids and the water was going at full speed, he was very hesitant. He sat in my lap and watched the people!!

Tomorrow we are going to the Butterfly Release in the morning. I will have more pictures and updates.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Swim day and Luau

Carson and Rory at the Luau playing with chalk. Rory is so good with kids. Carson adores her and they get along great!
Rory was putting the "Luau Attire" on Carson and he was loving it!
Hanging out and talking and relaxing!

Monday, June 14, 2010

Rain, Rain Go Away!

It has been raining here for the last 4 days! I am so sick of the rain. Of course I am off today and the rest of the week is supposed to be nice. We went this morning and played at the park with Jade before it started raining. Carson had a blast and ran all over the place. He went down the slide a hundred times.