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Knitting souls together,... in the midst of dishes, diapers, dirt, and deafness.
I love that Bette's cheeks double in size when she smiles. She is adorable. Praying for you all.
beautifully written, as always, taylor. and so true! i wrote about balance on my blog today, too. God is teaching a lot of us mothers out there about that, all in different ways. love you, girl! lora
you are doing an awesome job sharing your heart about all that has been going on. i can't imagine how hard this all is, but your honesty and openness are amazing. love ya'll and we are praying!
Hi, I know your dad and Rebecca from church. I am about your dad's age. When I was your age my best friend had the same thing happen to her as you have with little Bette. In fact this little girl didn't have enough hearing to have hearing aids. The parents decided to mainstream her. She went to Christ the King Elementary School, then on to Pace Academy and on to Emory University. She worked with what used to be called Anderson Consulting. Now she is about your age. She is married with two children of her own. Know that God will indeed bless you and your family with many blessings as He has my good friend. Anna "Micky" Land
Love reading your posts, old friend. This one brought tears to my eyes. Thinking and praying for you all. Much love. CN
Love you! So proud of you!
Taylor, Tears came to my eyes after reading your recent blogs. I am thinking and praying for you and your sweet Bette. What a precious child with an amazingly strong mom. She will no doubt be successful in life… love, janie tobias
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