9.27.2009

write a message to wren

if you're reading this... you probably know a little about our little bird... please take the time to post a comment or a letter to her.. i'd like to preserve this as part of the blog book i'm making.
if you're interested in making a book of your blog, you can do it here. i'll let you know how it turns out.










on the couch... zonked. that "dress" is actually the shirt
of a shirt/pants outfit, newborn size, from target. she was wearing brown bloomers- but she pooped on them. gross wren.

11 comments:

Laura said...

Hi Wren! We are so glad you are a part of our little family. We Donagheys and Morrises have always been VERY close. Your cousins Kyleigh and Maezie are looking forward to playing with you! We love you so much and are so glad you are doing so well.
Love, The Allisons

Anonymous said...

Wren,

You are a beautiful and amazing little girl! I admire your strength and fight. May God continue to bless you and your family.

Anonymous said...

Dear Wren,
Every day , the first thing I do in the morning is open my email to see if we have news and new pictures of you, our adorable little granddaughter. We can see you grow and we know that God has kept you safe and is giving you strength and health. We are so thrilled to see little fat rolls on your legs and hear of all your roll overs and cooing. We cant wait until we get to see you again.
Love, Mim

Anonymous said...

Dear Great Granddaughter:

How happy we are that you are a part of our family. We have waited eagerly for emails that told us about you, and that you had begun to grow faster.

If you are wondering who the "We" are, there are lots of people who have been praying for you, and yours, and they always want to know how you are doing.

In this picture, you look very content. And that is the way babies should look. Wish I could hold you tonight, and cuddle you a little. For babies need lots of cuddling. And I would sing to you, and read to you, and tell you tall tales. I don't think that your grandmother Morris, and your Great Uncle Calvin and Great Uncle Allen can remember when I didn't read to them, sing to them, cause I thought that is what mommies do. (And besides, I loved doing it.) So, when you get to Arkansas, I hope to see you then, and I will tell you stories. OK? I love you.
Great Granny Donaghey

Whitney F said...

Dear Wren,

I hope one day you grow up to read this, and to know how many people love your mom and dad so much. We were praying for you before you were even born, and all the more so afterward.

I feel really blessed because your Auntie Brenda and I got to see you when you were about 30 seconds old (even before your mom because she was being taken care of...but let's not tell her that for a while.)

You were the tiniest thing I've ever seen, and you should've seen the look on your dad's face!! It was priceless; he was shocked and ecstatic all the the same time. We were overwhelmed with joy and praised God that you were here. And that second, our prayers for you and your mom & dad increased exponentially.

You're one of the luckiest kids in the world. Your mom and dad are just really amazing people who have an amazing story of faith to share. I'm so glad I know them, and I can't wait to get to know you!

You'll fly high, little bird, I just know it.

Love,

Whitney

Elizabeth said...

Hi, sweet little Wren,
You've grown so much since I first saw your newborn pictures. I've been thrilled to follow your story as you changed and grew up to fly home with mommy & daddy. Lots of love, sweetie!

Elizabeth Gregory :)

Betsy in ar said...

Dear Wren, not much to say, just poop on wren, poop on
(sorry Charla, your comment of her pooping on her pants , when you said gross wren, was very very funny to me), so wren go for it!
Can't wait to have my turn to hold you!

bahoo49@yahoo.com said...

Wren, Your Mom and Dad are so lucky to have you. God has blessed them. Your Grandma GiGi keeps us informed of your amazing progress. We can't wait to see you!!

Leigha Dunn said...

Hi Wren,
I enjoyed being one of your pod buddies at the Tripler NICU...but like you I'm so happy that we've moved home with our families! Me and my mommy are watching you grow though all the wonderful pictures that your mommy shares online. I'm glad you and your family are doing so well.

Pod sister,
Leigha

B Billings said...

Dearest Wren, Your life is such a miracle and someday I want you to read this and know that your fight for life has touched my soul. YOU ARE MY WARRIOR PRINCESS!!! I've had some sad things happen in my life, and there have been times when I wonder why God keeps me here on Earth. Your fight for life answers those questions. Life is wonderful and miracles surround me everywhere. You are one of God's greatest miracles.
Love You,
Becky

Cathie Vasiliou said...

Dear Sweet Wren:
You are such a blessing to so many people. My wish for you is that you will read the things your mom wrote about you one day and realize what an amazing person she is and see through her words the power of the love of a mother. Her faith, her determination and her hopes and dreams, along with blessings from God, put you here on this earth for a purpose. Serve that purpose well little Wren!