|Christopher's favorite early childhood friends.|
|I love honey!|
|Piglet has always been my favorite.|
|No tubes for Christopher Robin|
Fair or not, the IV pole was reality. It didn't matter whether I liked it or not it needed to be there. Being angry about it wouldn't change anything. I was grieving. Most people think of grief only in relation to death, but grief is about loss too, all different kinds of loss. I was grieving the loss of his ability to eat and enjoy food. I just couldn't imagine that he was going to have to live his whole life never being able to go out to lunch with friends, have coffee with a co-worker, or enjoy a backyard BBQ. How could that be? Why was it happening?
|This didn't belong!|
In time, a lot of time, my attitude began to change. God worked on my heart. He showed me that what I thought was just a cold metal "intruder" in my baby's nursery was really a life line. It was a miracle disguised in metal because if it wasn't for that IV pole, Christopher wouldn't be alive. So...I came to the conclusion that maybe Piglet and Tigger weren't the only friends that lived with Winnie the Pooh in the 100 acre woods. In some strange way that IV pole had become a friend too.
|Tigger is always happy.|
|Christopher grew up loving Winnie the Pooh so much that he wanted the character on everything! He had Winnie the Pooh clothing, shoes, and even a suitcase.|
If you have never accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, you can pray like this: