I kinda feel like I am having a flashback in time, when Adam and I first came to the realization that our life was not normal -- when we found our new normal. Our new normal included a life of chaos, uncertianty but was also filled with lots of life and love. It was defined by hospital walls, yet held the anticipation of all life had to offer once we found freedom for a few weeks or days at a time.
Gavin is gone. Although I would do anything to have my little boy back, truth is he is not truely gone, as his very essence pours from our little family. Our very souls hold fast to the spirit of hope, love and joy God chose to teach through Gavin's life.
This begins our new normal.
Many are wondeing just how Adam and I are doing. The truth is we are doing pretty good. I can't begin to explain te heartache Adam and I experienced while watching our baby boy suffer for three and a half long years. When I say suffer mean true suffering that no human being, yet alone a child, should have to endure. The last 52 hours of Gavi's life made Adam and I fully understand that Gavin's work here on Earth was finished. Gavin's little body was done -- his spirit was ready to experience God's total and perfect healing -- our family was ready to receive God's total and perfect healing.
We will never forget.
Please never forget our little fighter. Remember the impact he had on your life. Welcome us back into your lives -- we ate ready to redefine life as we know it. Feel free to ask questions about his last days. We want and long to talk about our little boy. His death, although so painful, was a beautiful experience we will never forget -- laying cuddeled up with our baby boy and watching God's total healing power flow through Gavin's broken tired body.
If you are wondering how Madison is doing -- just look at these photos. Although she misses her little brother I think she too is finding healing -- freedom. She is finding peace and is more than ready to have her mommie and daddy back!