I do so wish I could come visit. Give the little man a snuggle and kiss on the cheek for me. I love you Charlie and know you can fight through this!
Oy! I have been away a long time. The Primary Children's Hospital I remember was a red brick building in the Avenues. So glad you are there and receiving state of the art treatment. Rob & Angel, I used to sing a song to my kids by Carly Simon:"You are the love of my life--from the moment I first met you, the second that you were born, I knew that you were the love of my life----" I'm so sorry you are having to watch the love of your life go through this. You and CCC have our deep and sympathetic regards.
Good night my sweet Charlie. Please, please, please have a good night's rest. I love you and your parents dearly. Love, Grandma Kathi
I'll be honest, I can't stop thinking about sweet Charlie Cooper. I don't even know him, I've only met him once--just after he was born. I guess the hardest part is imagining myself in Angel's position. The love I have for my own infant son is immeasurable, just as it is for my daughter Kenya. To watch the suffering of my child, my own flesh and blood, and know that I can do absolutely nothing about it tears my heart to pieces. Then I'm led to think of our own Father in Heaven. What pain and anguish He must have felt -and endured- as he watched His son suffer incalculable amounts of pain as a sacrifice for us. He, who can do anything, stop anyone's misery, couldn't stop the pain of his own son; and all for us. This in itself lends me some comfort for the pain that Charlie Cooper's parents are enduring, for I know that they are not alone in their suffering--just as Charlie is not alone in his. When Charlie's own parents cannot hold him, he is constantly being held by his Father in Heaven--of this I am sure.
Roxey......that was beautiful!
I second that...
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