Five months ago our sweet little baby went to Heaven. I can’t believe it’s been five months. I probably say that every month, but I still can’t believe it. It’s still a roller coaster. I’m starting to believe it always will be. Some days have been a lot better. Some days have been a lot worse. Unfortunately, I expect the holidays to be a bit harder. So, that probably has something to do with it. Just the thought of Christmas without my baby who would be 6 1/2 months isn’t fun. He will have an amazing Thanksgiving and Christmas, we know.
Since he is experiencing wonderful lullabies in heaven, I thought I’d post this sweet song today. Several bloggers have passed it along to me over the past few months. Thanks, ladies.
Jessica was so kind to put most everything together for Cohen’s Memorial Service. She has now started a little design business, which is smart (because she is good). She created these pretty programs for the service…
The picture and paragraph are the ones that were used in Cohen’s obituaries. No, I still don’t like the word. I’m still not sure I’ve said it aloud. Speaking of, I need to get those laminated.
I’m working on Cohen’s Christmas tree, and I will post pics when I’m done
“let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.” Hebrews 10:23