Adam and I feel like our life was put on pause seven weeks ago and now we have to push play again. Only…while that life was on pause, a whole different life took it’s place and somehow altered our old life as we knew it. Now we have to go back and pick up where we left off – only we don’t recognize the life we once had as our own.
We are finally home now. It’s been 10 days since Baby Jack passed on, and it feels like we have been running as fast as our legs can carry us – nonstop. There are pros and cons to being so busy. Our minds have been so preoccupied that we haven’t thought about how sad we are. But at the same time – I foresee emotions hitting us like a ton bricks: sometime soon.
Over the next couple of days I plan on writing several posts in attempt to complete the story of Jack’s life and death. My goal is to have the Jack portion of my blog printed in a small book for me to keep in our Jack keepsake box, so I want to be sure to document as much of it as I can.
Posts to follow will probably be about Jack’s birth, death, and funeral. Let me know if there is anything else that you have wondered about while reading “Jack’s Story” and I will try to post about it. Adam and I have tried to keep a handwritten journal throughout Jack’s six weeks of life, but it is sketchy at best. This blog has been such a blessing.
You’ll be hearing from me soon. I am anxious to get things written so I don’t forget. Much love.