Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Wordless Wednesday 12/7 With LINKY





A few words for my "wordless" post. I miss my Grandma this Christmas. It is baby M's first Christmas, and I wish my Grandma was here for it. I wish she would have met my beautiful girl. I know they would have loved each other. I miss my family, the way we were. I wish that things were different and that M could experience the holidays with our family being whole. M being here for the holidays will bring a completely new joy, I just wish that I could have both.

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9 comments:

Jill said...

I miss my Grandparents too ((HUGS))

Trisha said...

Aw I feel the same way about my Grandmother. Thanks so much for linking up your WW post with me =)

Trisha @ MommaTandBabyE.com

Valerie & Its the SimpleThings said...

I understand completely! This Christmas my husband is celebrating his first Christmas with out his Oma and he has been really missing her this year. My Grandma passed away several years ago and wasn't able to meet the little men in my life either. Grandma's are so special and I miss mine terribly:(

Athomewithabby said...

Grandma's are the best during the holidays! I'm sure your's is with you in heart and spirit. Stopping in from MBS for WW.

Jamie Q said...

It's my little one's first Christmas too and so many of our family traditions have fallen by the wayside as my grandparents got older. Makes me sad. You're right though...having the little one here will bring a whole new kind of joy and excitement to the holiday!

I'm a new follower. I hope you'll be able to stop by and check out my blog, Making Mama Happy

Thanks!
Jamie

pamelazimmer said...

I know what you mean. I miss my Mom. She passed away the month I got pregnant with my 1st son, so she has never met either of my boys. My peace comes in knowing that she is always looking down on us. I know that M will bring you oodles and oodles of joy this Christmas!
Thanks for the link opportunity. I don't have that on my blog, but I'm happy to add you to my blogroll.
Stopping by from MBS :)

Kenya G. Johnson said...

Awww, but sweet pics ;-) but I understand. The holidays can play tug of war with the heart.

Tricia said...

I'm in exactly the same situation. This is my son's first Christmas and my first Christmas without my beloved grandmother. She passed two months before he was born.

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