Wednesday, July 8, 2009

My Daddy!!

I can't believe how quick the first 6 months has gone by. Malcolm is now sitting and babbling and we are working diligently at starting this baby crawling. lol...he's probably had enough. Well, he's on solid food now and hates broccoli and cauliflower. But LOVES prunes...go figure. And though I am still nursing, we have eliminated one feeding and replaced it with formula so at this rate I should be nice and dry by month 8 or 9.

Lately I really miss my Dad. I wonder what he thinks of his grandson and I hope that he visits him. I have seen the amazing presence of Dad since he left this world and I strongly pray that the innocence of Malcolms thoughts and acceptances will allow him to communicate with his Grandpa Jim...the funniest man I know. I don't need to say that I know in my heart that Dad is still around...because I don't know in my heart...I JUST KNOW!! I feel it, I see it, and I could tell you some astonishing things that prove life after death. I love knowing that I still have an extremely strong two way relationship with my Dad that noone can beat. I'm not crazy or loopy or drunk. It is what it is and I love him so much for allowing me to be a part of his life still. I will never ever say the words goodbye to my Dad. Goodnight, talk to you tomorrow, see you in my dreams is all I ever will need to end my conversations.


  1. this brings tears to me, because I can relate. Quite a few times my dad had come to me in my dreams. I'm saddened because Byron never got to meet my dad, his opinion always mattered to me.

    Glad to hear the munchkin is doing awesome. He's going to be in school before I get to see him again.

  2. Do not estimate the dream. When someone passes and you dream about them...they have come to visit you. They have orchestrated the meeting themselves and choose that setting as their way of coming through to you. Your Dad is still alive Robin...I promise you.