Monday, May 26, 2008

Memorial Day




We went to Whitney's grave site yesterday. There were so many beautiful flowers everywhere. We love and miss her!

9 comments:

Jon and Sarah Jackson Family said...

We miss her too. Jon talks about her often. In fact, we still have that message you left us of Whitney's adorable machine gun cry still saved on our answering machine. You are both so strong to have handled and still be handling such a difficult trial.

Robyn said...

I miss her too! Everytime I think of her I smile. I'm so glad that she's part of our family!

amber schmidt said...

What a sweet picture of vincent sleeping by the gravestone. He was probably dreaming of playing with Whitney just a few months ago! I have to dito what was allready said... You are both awesome for the great attitude you have had through all the hard times.

Joseph said...

It is amazing that little Whitney touched so many people in her short life! We miss her too and remember her often. It makes me smile to see Vincent in her carseat. lacey

The Shreeve Family said...

I miss her too, I forgot how cute her butterfly stone was.

Pix Plus said...

We miss her too! Our li'l angel!! BIG HUGS!! ; )

Farr Family said...

we love and miss her so much too!!! we still talk about her often and she is always in our minds! it will be a day of great joy when we all get to see her again! much love!

Curry's said...

Hey guys, we sure do miss you. We have Whitney's Christmas card on our wall we sure do miss her and the two of you. I love her butterfly stone. You could not have picked a better one.

Cliff and Courtney's Family said...

Travis and Amy....I am not sure if Travis even remebers me but we used to be in the same ward at BYUI. I lived at La Jolla, he might remember Missy Storm, Chubbs and Gen Park. Anyway i came across your blog so randomly but after I saw your post about Whitney I had to leave a comment regardless if Travis remembers me or not.

Over two years ago my husband and I lost our first son Alex to a liver disease. He was 14 months old and waiting to receive a liver transplant. We know all too well the trials of watching our little one suffer in the hospital surgery after surgery or just getting infections. The last week of his life he was on full life support and then it was discovered he was brain dead. So we had to make the aweful decision to turn off the machines and watch him take his last breathes of life.

I just wanted you both to know that I truly know what you are going through. I am not sure the circumstances of your little one but based on the little slide show I am figureing we had similiar experiences as far as raising a sick child. If you ever want to talk or email please feel free. My email is cluff521@gmail.com. My blog is invite only so if you would like an invite so Travis could see if he remembers me just let me know.

You both are such strong people and what a blessing to have little Whitney in your life...she is so lucky to have you as well.

And i hope you don't mind that I looked at your blog.

Take care
Courtney(Thomas)Luff