"From there we learned a lot about love."
I smile when I think of the relationship Jason and I have. We have always had a fun-loving relationship. The Lord has been a huge staple for us.
When God blessed us with children we were over the moon! Each kid brings different plates to the table that's for sure.
Peyton is our animal lover. She wakes up at 5:30-6:00 a.m. every morning, without an alarm, to feed her heifers, kittens, dogs, and goats....you get the idea! Ha!
Lane man is our motor man. He loves riding his dirt bikes and tractors, but he definitely has a soft hearted side that doesn't like to see anyone hurting.
Shealynn is our wild cared. Miss Shea is a great, sassy, little helper. She likes to do everything she can to make us all smile
We lost our fourth child at 20 weeks. Jason and I didn't know what to say to these three, smiling faces that wanted to see a picture of their baby brother.
"We can't find his heartbeat." I can still remember these exact words whispered in my ear.
From there we learned a lot about love. Yes, in tragedy, that is when we find love.
Most of all we felt love everywhere; members of our church, family, friends, neighbors, people we didn't even know; all reached out and just sent us love and prayers. We could feel all of their warmth and it made a tragedy, that hurt all the way to the soul, feel like love.
We will hold him forever in our heart, but as Shealynn explains: "Jesus is just holding him until we can."
Isaiah 12:2 "Surely God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid. the LORD, the LORD himself, is my strength and my defense. He has become my salvation."