I "hope" she loves her.
I "hope" she knows how much she is loved.
I "hope" she doesn't feel quite so lonely anymore.
I "hope" she snuggles up close to her tomorrow night and thinks of me.
I "hope" to be home with her soon so I can love on her and her "hope" too.
I "hope" her daddy remembers to get out the camera.
Dave and I think that "Hope" is such an appropriate name for Allie's little one. The fact that Omaha has given our family "hope" not once but twice now is just kind of special. My heart just smiled as Dave said, "We found hope here last year when our call for transplant came, and now we have found "Hope" this year for Allison Brooke. Omaha, Nebraska is just full of hope!" I have a feeling this little one will always bring a smile to my face as I think of where we found her.
Oh, how I wish I could be with Al tomorrow and see the look on her face as her daddy brings "Hope" in. I can just imagine that little girl loving on this little one. She has held onto the "hope" inside of her heart for over a year now, and tomorrow her "Hope" will become a reality.
God continues to be so very good to our family!
Shhh, cause Al doesn't know yet. Nobody tell her. I just thought I would share our little bundle of "Hope" with you. By the way, Dave is refusing to travel with her dressed up like this. He already knows how much the other passengers are going to be hating him for the whining and yelping and he doesn't want to add any fuel to the fire. I think she looks great in her outfit, but I am having a hard time convincing him.