**Thank you all so much for the comments, tweets, texts, etc. yesterday. Brent and I have had one roller coaster of a year, but we do know Cohen is healthy & happy. It means so much to have us to have the support, thoughts and prayers from you all. It is still so amazing to me how God worked through Cohen. I know he will never be forgotten.
Today is Father’s Day and Cohen had the best daddy ever 🙂 I’m pretty certain your whole perspective on your husband changes when you see him become a dad. Whether it’s to your dogs are children, it’s so heartwarming. It may seem somewhat weird, but after having our dog or so long, I had a feeling Brent would be great with our children. Thankfully, Brent has a dad and a stepdad who have been wonderful to him.
I’ve also been blessed with an amazing dad. He has always does everything in his power for my brother and I and we are so very grateful everyday. Last year, my parent’s moved 300 miles so that they would live in the same town as us and their grandchildren. Cohen was the first grandchild and I know how much they loved him.
We don’t have big Father’s Day plans this year. We had a pretty busy day this year and I’m always worn out. We are blessed we all live in the same town and are able to see each other quite often!
I wanted to share some cards and a gift the kiddos got Brent 🙂
If you are one of our dads, don’t look now, unless we have seen you and given you your card today. These cards are for my dad, Brent’s dad & stepdad.
These cards are for Brent from the babies 🙂
This card is from me….
Aren’t they fun. The picture on the right cracks us up. I think Brent had forgotten about it. I think it was our second appointment and we saw the heartbeats of the twins and a lot more. He was being silly, but I think it’s cute. The one on the left, of course, is with Cohen. I won’t share the insides because I don’t want anyone crying today 🙂
I had a gift card to Lisa Leonard, so I thought I would get something personalized for Brent…
Happy Father’s day to all the dad’s and dads-to-be that might be reading! Thinking of all of you who have lost your father as well.
“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” — Clarence Budington Kelland
**I made all the cards on Tinyprints.com. I got an email, I think on Tuesday or Wednesday, letting me know it was the last day to order for delivery Friday. All Father’s Day cards were also 75% off. So, I had all these made and shipping for $5.33! Can’t beat that 🙂 No, Tiny Prints didn’t ask me to do that or blog anything.