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  1. Dana, I just wanted to let you know that since I found your blog a couple of weeks ago I subsribed via feeds and have been praying for you. My whole family prays for you and your family. I wanted to encourage you to pour out your heart here, including the raw grief. (not that you needed my permission 😉 It totally ministers to me, gives me focus for prayer for you and really does feel like a privilege to ‘be going through this’ with you, in a very small way.

    Your heart is so very precious, the emotions you share so raw, and your continual focus on the Lord and the blessings He has given you is a beauty to behold.

    God bless your day. I will comment as the Lord leads, but know that I am reading and praying!

    Relentlessly Pursuing,

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  2. What a gift! Thank God for him. The other kids ar disctractions and sweet and fun, but somehow a baby is different. they don’t have anything to offer but themselves. Praying for you always…

  3. He is a joy – what a blessing. I’ve always said nothing is better than a baby’s smile & laugh. (And Micah is pretty cute!!)

    So glad you are able to continue to breastfeed and that it helps your grief. I am blessed this year to be pumping extra milk for a premie girl born a few weeks after my son. Her twin brother only lived 13 days and due to the stress of the early delivery and his struggles the mother never had a full milk supply. I’ve said this year I have a breastmilk ministry (this family is not believers). It seems to me that the only thing worse than losing a child would be not knowing that you would see that child again in heaven. Anyway, your comment just made me think about all the wonderful benefits of nursing. =)

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