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MacAllister turned 7 months this weekend and I didn’t get a picture of him, so I thought what a perfect way to show off our new wall. I’m in love with many things in this picture, but most of all our sweet Baby Mack.
I make sure to get a photo each month of Mack, so I can put them out when he turns a year old. I love seeing how much he has changed in that first year ❤️ Seriously though what is cuter than a baby in cozy jammies, with an adorable hat and all snuggled on a beautiful blanket?
It’s the song that plays through our engagement video. And it’s the song that’s been running through my head lately as I revel in life with this little miracle.⠀
10 weeks: The day we got the good news we were in the clear. The SCH had healed. Our baby was healthy. What a relief. I wasn’t sure my still broken heart could handle another loss.⠀
12 weeks, 16 weeks & so on... All the way to the very baby feet that God gave me a vision of when fear still threatened to steal my joy & expectancy for this life.⠀
And look—she’s here.⠀
God is so faithful & good to meet us on the journey. To never leave our side. To sneak cracks of light that beam hope into the darkness of fear. To give us good gifts—the very best of gifts—like this one here. Our sweet Noelle. Here. Healthy. Wholly filled with joy.⠀
Her smiles & coos are like the sound of sunshine to me. Like music to my ears.⠀
I think of all we’ve been through. I think of our journey together—me & Clay—from engagement until now... it’s been a lot. Lots of highs. Lots of lows. Lots of learning and growing. Through it all music has been such a part of our story. And all in all I can say through every step, “What beautiful things I’ve seen.”⠀
As I go back and re-watch our engagement film, I am struck by 2 of my comments:⠀
1. Not only is Clay “a warm hug at the end of a long day,” he was the warm hug at the end of a long journey of singleness.⠀
2. “It’s like God had this wonderful gift at the end of a really long road.” It was Clay—after that long road of singleness. And here now, we have our sweet Noelle—the warmest little hug at the end of a long road of waiting, miscarriage & that scare early on in pregnancy.⠀
Once again I’m able to say—even through the pain & heartache of the long road that led me here—“What beautiful things I’ve seen.” Because even in the darkness of the unknown, even in the pit of grief & even in the struggle to hope—God met me there on the journey, showed up so evidently & faithfully sought after me even when I turned from Him.⠀
He’s given me this most beautiful thing these eyes have seen.⠀
*Search “our engagement film” on my blog to watch! @willowmagnoliaco