Friday, September 26, 2008

Missing Noah in pictures...part 6

Not one of Noah's happier moments...but he was still cute even as he cried.  This picture was taken after a 4 hour drive from St. Louis to Louisville to watch an UMSL match.  I'm pretty sure he was thinking, "Mom, this was not such a great idea."
 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Josh and Deb,

I am still thinking of you and praying that you are doing as well as you can be during this time.

Take care,
Christine in Cali

Fern said...

I don't know... maybe he was rooting for the other team, and protesting the gear you'd dressed him in!

:)

Love,
Fern

Brandi said...

how precious...

So sorry for your loss, you are in my prayers! Noah is beautiful!

The Andersons said...

so so sorry, i am still thinking of you and praying for you very often.
jess

Kathy said...

You don't know me but I found your blog through another when they posted a prayer button for your son several months back. Our family has been praying for yours. Don't know what to say except so sorry for your loss. I love seeing the photos. We're blessed to have you in Alabama.

Anonymous said...

364 days...I can't get that number out of my head. My son is 364 days old today, and I can't stop thinking about the ups and downs of your 364 day journey with Noah compared to the relatively easy trip we've had. You are such a strong woman and I am deeply and profoundly moved DAILY by your strength, faith and love for your son and your husband and your heavenly Father. You have taught me to be intentional with my kids, and to not take anything for granted, and moved me to seek a deeper relationship with God. I have shed many tears for your family and continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers daily.

I'm mailing a donation to the RISE school in honor of your sweet Noah. May Noah's spirit live on through the good work they are doing for the Tuscaloosa community.

Anonymous said...

Deb and Josh, you're in my thoughts. MM

Amy Bennett said...

Deb and Josh,
This is the first time I'm making a comment, but you need to know that you all have been in my prayers and will continue to be.

My heart breaks for you both. May God bless you. Your faith has been amazing, I wish mine was that strong too.

Amy (formally Brown) Bennett

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