A Child of the heart- Gabriel Miller

August 16, 2014 at 11:29 pm 2 comments

gabrielBirthdays, no matter how old you get you can always be assured, no matter who else would forget the day you were born – your mother never will!

You shared everything, as you grew beneath her heart and became part of her heart. The wrenching trauma of birth as her body is loathe to let you go from her protection, as the child of love finally is ready to face life.

The mother, she will remember those hours for the rest of her life and the mother, that outlives her child will never forget , no matter the months, years and decades that pass the day her child leaves this life . The pain of childbirth will pale beside the pain of loss.
August 17th such a sweet baby boy was born – his whole life consisting of but few months. His mother, especially, will face the morning of August 17th ,as it dawns once again, remembering love , remembering the child of her heart – her child of undying love – her baby’s birthday- a birthday remembered and never forgotten as long as she lives.

Gabriel’s Story

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Lisa  |  August 17, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Amazing how you always have the right words to say about the child you never got to meet. Thank you. ❤

    I'll never forget the nurse with the melodic and soothing island accent who leaned down to whisper in my ear "Okay, momma, you're goin' to feel a little tug on your heart and then Gabriel will be here." I wonder if she knew I would feel that tug every day for the rest of my life, every time I think about Gabe.

  • 2. Deanie  |  August 17, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    Seeing his sweet little face always brings a smile to my face. Wish I had met him during his short time on earth but I love him all the same.

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