Blowing Bubbles for Lulu

Today our baby girl turns 8 months old in heaven. And we are celebrating her all day, with many memories, sweet stories and of course, bubbles. We had a very special weekend dedicating and praying over the playground at our church last night.  What a perfectly beautiful night with the sun shining and the wind blowing our bubbles right across the top of the  playground.
Another way I am celebrating Lulu today is with the creation of this blog. It has been in my mind for a few months and I’ve been building it for a few weeks now.  There are many exciting things that I have planned to be able to share as I continue to write about our grief journey and our grief healing. One such exciting thing is our run that we will be having this coming September in memory of Lulu, to raise funds for Dayton Children’s Hospital and for the awarenss of Trisomy, more on that later…
I also wanted to share my devotion today with you, it was a wonderful way to start my morning. 
“Approach each new day with desire to find Me. Before you get out of bed, I have already been working to prepare the path that will get you through this day. There are hidden treasures stratigically placed along the way. Some of the treasures are trials, designed to shake you free from earth-shackles. Others are blessings that reveal My Presence: sunshine, flowers, birds, friendships, answered prayer. I have not abandoned this sin-wracked world; I am still richly present in it. Search for deep treasure as you go through this day. You will find Me all along the way.”   “Jesus Calling” by Sarah Young

As you seek Him first, may the rest of your day be filled with overflowing blessings.


6 thoughts on “Blowing Bubbles for Lulu

  1. I think of you often and my mother’s heart breaks for you every time I read an update. It reminds me of the time I spent in the hospital with Braden. Your strength and faith in God is such an inspiration to me! I miss you and I really want to get down to see you sometime!

  2. Love that you did this. What a great way to celebrate Lulu and how she touched so many. Love you guys.

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