Friday, October 23, 2009

Heaven-sent

It was not love at first sight for Isaac and I. Oh, I was excited to meet him, enjoyed holding him and caring for him, and got a kick out of showing him off to others. But having experienced that all-encompassing love that you would expect a parent to have for their child with Bella, I knew that I wasn't there yet. The very first moment I held Bella in my arms, I was captivated. I fell head-over-heels for her and we bonded right away. But with Isaac things were different. I loved him, but I just wasn't anywhere near as attached to him as I was Bella. Until a couple weeks ago. That sweet boy started smiling at me and something inside of me flip-flopped and I was sold. This little guy is just the light of my days. I love having a baby in my arms, love to see his dark blue eyes looking up at me, and LOVE LOVE LOVE his sweet smile. He's grown and changed so much already. Where does the time go? I know the next few months will just fly by and so I'm praying that I'll treasure each and every day. Time is precious!

We gave our son the name Isaac William James Freeman. The name James comes from Greg's grandfather and William from mine. Last week I had the incredible pleasure of introducing my grandfather to his namesake. It was such a sweet moment for all of us and it made me so glad that we gave Isaac his name.

I look at Isaac now, sleeping peacefully beside me, and my heart just swells with love for him and thanksgiving to the God who blessed me with him!











3 comments:

Amanda said...

He is so precious!!! Sharon, please tell me how is it that we have never met? I have totally fallen in love with your family & the outlook that God has given you on life.

Hopefully someday I will be able to meet you guys finally!!!

Rhonda said...

awesome pictures. Can't believe how quickly these little ones keep growing! Happy weekend.

Molly said...

I didn't know Isaac's full name before now, or the meanings behind it. Did you know that Grant's middle name, William, is after Jason's grandfather? This same grandfather is who we visited in Reno last week so Grant and he could meet. Funny we were enjoying the same experience at the same time with the same name. :)