Monday, December 20, 2010



What you can learn about us from this picture:


1. Harper and Wavy would rather sit next to each other in one chair than be forced to sit apart.  There are three empty chairs at the table while they dine from this one.


2.  We just got a dog. She sleeps in the kennel behind the chair.  We're billing it as Harper's dog hoping a friend to love and take care of will help her through this difficult time that is fast approaching.  She picked out the sweetest pup and named her Parsley.  Naturally.




3.  Our house is always a mess.  In the middle of the table you will notice a book, sweatshirt, and scarf.  It's the thing that makes me the craziest and that I never seem to improve on.


4.  The girls are happy.  Since the outcome is still being muddied by the court we don't know all of the answers about the timeframe.  So we have not told them what is going on yet.  That is the one of the two moments I am dreading the most.  For now though, they are blissful and content.  We celebrated Christmas with my family yesterday.  New my little ponies for the girls, a small house for a tiny Angelina the Ballerina to live in, a camera for Harper, and a huge collection of princess Barbies to be shared.  Which is why I have to end this post.  Who can take a nap with so many exciting new things to be played with in the house? Not Waverley.

7 comments:

Sarah said...

You and your girls are in my prayers! I got to your site thru Danielle. May God be with each of you and offer the comfort and care that you each need during this most difficult time.

Sonya said...

Always praying. In the meanwhile, enjoy the monents as you trust and lean on the One who is totally capable of catching you.

Nancy said...

Praying for you to have strength through this tortuous trial. May this Christmas be filled with love, laughter and joy as it will be remembered forever. I still believe in miracles and pray that God will provide one to keep Waverly in her home and that you never have to speak the conversation you are dreading to your daughters.

My own children are adopted and we did not know either birth father so they never signed away their birth rights. By the grace of God we went forward and through the process and they never came forward. Our son is now 16 and daughter is 14. My heart is so heavy for you right now.

Danielle @ Living Out Loud said...

I love this, Molly (well except for the last part, of course). My house is a mess too... it's just part of being a mom to little ones. Praying for you in an extra special way through this holiday... hoping against all hope for a happ(ier) ending to this tragedy.

Love to all...
Danielle

Jenny said...

Praying for you! I'm so glad you were able to celebrate Christmas a little early! I'm sure that was such a sweet time! I love that first picture of your girls! They are too cute!

cody said...

Praying that God will give you peace that surpassing understanding in the weeks ahead. Also, praying for God to work in the hearts of the birthparents to see what is best for Waverly.

Katy said...

Praying, praying for your family. What a precious picture of the girls. I know you will always hold that picture very precious. Your family is in my thoughts constantly. Glad you got to celebrate some Christmas a little early.