I don’t like posting about the hard days. They are hard enough as it is. Why rehash it for everyone else?
What I like to see on social media is the GOOD. There is enough bad in the world and on the news every day. And while we have been dealt plenty of bad in life, there are ALWAYS good moments and that is what I like to share. The positivity. The smiles. The laughs. It’s what keeps us all going each day.
In the nearly 48 hours since Dave and the girls have been gone I can’t even tell you the amount of times Livvy has cried. Sometimes it’s pain related or because she has food stuck on the roof of her mouth or because she needs to burp but mainly it was because I needed to get something done so she had to be held or strolled around by someone else. The moment she’s back in my arms? It’s this 👇🏼
Will it be a long two weeks if she only wants to be held by me and cry with everyone else? Yes!
But I have to always remember these moments. The smiles, and the laughs and the fact that we have no idea how much time we have left with this sweet girl. Every day counts. Every moment counts. Every smile counts.
4 thoughts on “Focusing on the Smiles”
Two weeks of hugs and cuddles is the best medicine for you both! Nothing else is that important💕
Love the smiles! Kendra you are right to cherish the time. It all flies too quick. Praying you have lots of time together but only God knows the answer to that. Hugs from one’s mother’s heart to another!
Every day you get to spend time with Livvy is a blessing – life goes on – I wished I lived closer to help you – know that your house may not be clean, or work maybe someone else can do – sending much love and love ❤️😘❤️😘❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
So glad your home with Livvy Kendra, she loves her Mommy and the smiles prove it..no one else will do. Mom’s are the best and your a great one!!!! Love you and continued prayers for each day to be special..Uncle Jim and Aunt Judy