Sunday, February 27, 2011

As long as I live...

     "As long as I live, you will live.  As long as I live, you will be loved.  As long as I live, you will be remembered."  ---Author Unknown


My baby girl,
     Can it really be 6 months?  Seems like a lifetime and so fast all at the same time.  That makes no sense whatsoever, but its true.  Its exactly how I feel.  Six months since I first met you and six months since I had to say goodbye to your beautiful, chubby face.  Do you know how much I miss you?  More and more everyday...almost as much as I love you.  I still can't believe its been six months...how in the hell have I survived six whole months without you?  I miss you...


     On a somewhat brighter note, your new cousin arrived safe and sound.  Momma didn't do too well going to visit, but Daddy took some pictures.  Momma wasn't able to get very close to him and had a serious meltdown after only about 15 minutes.  But, I am happy to report that Nicholas Xavier is a healthy, beautiful little boy.  One day I'll hold him, just not yet.



     Momma misses you more than you will ever know.  Happy 1/2 Birthday little girl, I love you!  Fly high and keep an eye on your cousins.  I'll love you forever, no matter how far apart we are.


Sending hugs and kisses to the stars,
Momma

5 comments:

Susan said...

So sorry that the visit to meet your nephew didn't go well. Unfortunately, it takes time. We had several friends and family that had babies within 4 months on each side of Gracie's birthday. We skipped several events and left other events early because the babies were just too overwhelming for one or both of us on those particular days.... Hugs to you...

Natasha said...

Thinking of you Mary and little Addison. I hope you are having a better day today.

New Year Mum said...

That visit would have been so hard... it's completely understandable to feel emotional - I still do a year later. Thinking of you and Addison xoxo

Jenn said...

Oh, she is beautiful. I'm so sorry you've had to spend six whole months without your sweet girl.

I think your reaction to visiting your nephew is completely understandable. Go easy on yourself about it.

Thinking of you. xx

aliciamarie911 said...

I know exactly how you feel-just in a different way. After my miscarriage, I had to endure every happy moment my sister-in-law had during her pregnancy. It was only 4 months after the miscarriage my beautiful niece came into the world. At first I told my husband that there was no way I could go visit the hospital to see them, it hurt too much. But, I did muster enough courage inside to go to the hospital, and I was right, it DID hurt. I held my emotions together while in their hospital room, but as soon as I walked out the doors of the hospital, I cried uncontrollably. It's so hard to see everyone else happy with their baby when you were supposed to have one of your own and it was taken away. I pray that every day get better for you.

 
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