I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I have been sitting here, in my living room with my cooing Lola for about 30 minutes that I opened up my comupter and the first things I saw was a photo that phtoogrpahy of HONY, Brandon, took of a man in Central Park. He asked him what his saddest day of his life was and he said “I’d rather not say”. But Brandon got an e-mail from him later in the day that explained that the saddest day of his life was when he and his wife lost their first baby at 36 weeks, Peter.
I have been thinking a lot what Lola means to me, and others.
This man went on to say that he is grateful because he has two daughters now and they are everything.
Lola is everything to me.
What is she to you?
I hope that she is hope for you. I think she is special because she can teach you and show you that there are good things that come from really bad things.
I look at her and melt. I spend so much time taking her in and I am so thankful for this time with her.
I hope that she can show others that there is great triumph in life. She was never supposed to be here. Why did Leo die and Lola make it? The answer is simply because she was supposed to be here.
She is everything and more than I could have ever wanted. She is a proof that if you hang on and stick to what you want and trust your process that exactly what you need can happen.
I am so happy. I am also convinced to keep on my mission to not only help prevent stillbirth but to also help people that have been through it to not feel alone in their journey.