Project 52 | Fragile | Week 5

52:5

motherhood is

fragile


and precious,

and sometimes much too fleeting.






This was a hard week around here. 


Our sweet ‘Duckie’ was due on Wednesday. And all week we have been facing the dreams and thoughts of how our lives should be right now. But instead of sleepless nights rocking a newborn, we lie awake grieving the loss of Job.


I wasn’t sure I wanted to share this picture on here, it just seems so very personal. But I know our family will appreciate this at the very least. After a lot of thought and debate and prayer and searching, Hubby and I found the perfect urn. 


I don’t have any more words right now, but I can only imagine the beauty of heaven and I rest in the hope and love of my Lord.

I can’t imagine heaven’s lullabies

and what they must sound like 

But I will rest in knowing, heaven is your home 

And it’s all you’ll ever know…




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(Those of you who are just now joining me for Project 52 may not know Job’s story, click on Duckie to read about our precious child.)

5 thoughts on “Project 52 | Fragile | Week 5

  1. This was a beautiful post. I continuing praying for you and your family! I actually thought of you especially today when my friend needed to talk after loosing her pregnancy at 12 weeks. I shared a little bit of your story and your amazing faith and it helped her. You're not alone and you are soooo loved!

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