Hope-9 months later

Have you ever had

that feeling that there was

something more? Something

to look forward to? Or know that

you can now hold your

head up high again?

That can only be defined as

Hope.

Hope for a brighter future.

Hope for a deeper faith.

Hope for a stronger love.

Today marks 9 months since Rochelle has passed away, and the only word that fits perfect is hope.  I now, have so much hope for the future (our future as a family) and I can now see that there are so many things to look forward to, and that doing the things that I love most in life are just as important as doing the things that Shane and Brielle love to do.  Thank you Mom, Caitlin and Adriane for talking to me about Rochelle and never closing the doors.  So many people are afraid to talk about her life, and why yes, I may still get emotional when I talk about it, but there is nothing more important than my kids and I will open the doors to any questions/concerns/ interest any time.  I love educating people on Trisomy 13 and 18 and other rare genetic disorders that could potentially happen to you or your loved ones. Everyone thinks that they know what they would do, being put in a certain position, but you never know what you do, unless you have walked in those same shoes and can honestly feel the same struggles someone else had been through.

Just please remember to never judge a book by it’s cover.FB_IMG_1439480090162

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