Saturday, April 18, 2009

My precious boys







































A drawing..from a photo..the one that I got for Xmas...of my most beautiful beloved first son Noah.
I have never before showed you an image of my sweetheart.

Then a photo of Morgan at about 2-3 weeks old...we (my husband, parents etc) could not believe how similiar they are.

They look so peaceful and sleepy...

I can still NOT comprehend that one of them is not here. I KNOW IT..I KNOW IT.. but it can still suck the breath out of me.

16 comments:

Hope's Mama said...

He's beautiful Ange - they both are. Thanks so much for sharing his picture. It still sucks the breath out of me too, and I've never met you. And thanks for your comment on my post today. That meant a lot to me.
Sally

Rebekah said...

They're both so precious! Thank you for sharing them with us.

Lea said...

Beautiful, beautiful boys Ange......

xo

Azaera said...

Wow they really do look alike. And they are beautiful.

ezra'smommy said...

Both your boys are so precious.

Cara said...

Wow! you will never have to wonder if they would have looked alike - it is certain.

The space he should fill is almost tangible, isn't it?

((hugs))

Ya Chun said...

two sweet, sweet boys

CLC said...

They are definitely brothers. Both are beautiful. And I know that sucking the breath feeling..I can't believe it either.

k@lakly said...

Beautiful boys, brothers forever. So bittersweet.

Reese said...

He's really so beautiful.

Radha looked a lot like Ronan when he was born. I cried buckets of tears when I first held her. Who knew that they would look so similar?

XOXO--Reese

banbear2 said...

I wanted to let you know that I had to make my blog private. If you would still like access, send me your email address and I'll add you...thanks, Brandy

lifecanbeashit said...

They are both just so very cute. AND so alike.

Hugs
xxx

Angie said...

Beautiful pictures!

afteriris said...

They're both absolutely beautiful.

love Jess

Katina128 said...

I came upon your blog while reading other blogs about stillbirth, and yours popped out at me. I just gave birth to my daughter, stillborn, on 9-19-09. I was exposed to parvo B19 at 15 weeks gestation, and through the blood test, was shown that I had no immunity and a recent infection. I was wondering if I could find out more info about what you went through, when you exposed, if your precious son was diagnosed with hydrops, etc. I had no idea anything was wrong with Rachel, until I hadn't felt her moving and went for monitoring. An u/s showed she had indeed passed earlier that day. She had fluid in her head and also in her abdomen. I'm awaiting autopsy results to see if there was anything detectable as a cause of death, but my OB insists it couldn't have been the Fifth's disease, but I'm not convinced. I'm so sorry for your loss. It's the worst, most heart wrenching thing a person can go through.

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