Serene illustrations frame gentle words that describe heaven from a child's perspective. With room for the reader's personal reflections at the end of the book, every page is a poignant gift of hope and healing. And yet, there is hope for our troubled souls. On Easter morning of their little daughter was stillborn.
Linda, the author of two books, believes that God sent Ali Grace to enrich her life and give her a glimpse of heaven. No, since the sentiments in the book are consistently addressed to Mommy, it most likely would not be appropriate. What would you like to know about this product? But, also, that's your baby referring to the mom in the hospital bed. She is in the worst pain of her life. And, you can't make this better You will grieve as deeply as you loved. I would not trade the grief I feel today to have loved less and feel less grief.
Loving them was worth the grief I feel today. How about you, is it worth the love to grieve so deeply? They say that heaven is compared to 'the blink of an eye' for us on this earth. Sometimes it helps me to think of my child running ahead through a beautiful field of wildflowers and butterflies, so completely caught up in what she is doing that when she looks behind her, I'll already be there.
Join me in lighting a candle at pm in your time zone! I wonder what you would have been like at 22? I wonder what would have made your heart leap? I wonder how your laugh would have sounded? I wonder what would have brought you to tears? I wonder what adventures you would have explored? Featured lyrics. Hope For The Underrated Youth. When your mother starts to scold you She says it's cos I love you Momma please don't cry But it don't make matters better When you resemble you father and you learn That the alimonies run dry Momma please don't cry You know you'd never ask me why I'll wipe the tears that flow from your eyes And hold you like you're used to hold me So she smiles but is she happy She smiles but she ain't happy Sadness still glistens in her eyes When she thinks of that man who She gave most of her life to In her heart she feels like she would die So you try to console her, she sees her baby's growing older One day you'll rise up and take your leave Then she'll stand by the window, looking pale as a shadow Words of love faintly echo in her ear.
Share lyrics. Famous Poems. Phenomenal Woman Maya Angelou. Famous Poets. Social Media. You'd be proud of me. I have a pretty good voice. I must have gotten it from you. There is a river mommy. In the most beautiful garden you could ever imagine And a huge tree with yummy fruit. The angels call it the tree of life. Mommy, its so wonderful to be alive in heaven!Mommy, Please Don't Cry is a book of love and comfort for mothers who have experienced the deep sorrow of losing a child. Serene illustrations frame gentle words that describe heaven from a child's perspective. With room for the reader's personal reflections at the end of the book, every page is a poignant gift of hope and healing/5(9).