The twin bed is there for us. We know there could be some rough nights ahead. Chris and Rach have already asked if they can be the ones to stay with him when he cries. Not their job, but so incredible to see that they are equally excited to bring their little brother home.
The wall hanging was given to us by Aunt Barb and Uncle Scott. Some of the most thoughtful people we know and we are blessed to call them family. The quilt on the rocking chair was a true labor of love. My grandma, not enough words to express my love for this woman, taught me to hand quilt. We picked out the fabric together, laughed and loved, as we worked on this blanket for Michael. The quilt is waiting on the rocking chair that my mom would use to rock me to sleep. I'm forever grateful to be able to rock another little one to sleep in this very chair.
The toys and clothes, oh my word! Thanks to Grandma Junge for helping me organize toys and clothes for an entire day. And many thanks to everyone who has shared their hand me down toys and clothes with Michael. We are so grateful!
The Chinese lettering was a gift from my sister who has been an incredible support through this entire process. "Blessings". Appropriate.