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March 02, 2014

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Lisa

Hello Kirsten-

I have felt your pain when our little saint was born and entered into eternal life seven weeks later. Please know we are praying for you, praying to your Thomas, and know that the pain does subside with time. How lucky you are to have 9 children with you!

Kristen Bright

Praying for you. Thought of you when I read this blog post today by another KY mom: http://noraroseyusko.com/

Lindsay Boever

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Lindsay Boever

Oh Kirsten. I will certainly pray for your heart. I think of you and Thomas often. You carried the cross so far and set the example for so many. The cross gets so heavy after a while and its actually weight is felt. We are here, like Simon of Cyrene, lifting you in prayer asking for HIS supernatural strength to hold you tight. May God bless you today.

Tiffany

Thank you for opening your heart and sharing...I would be honored and blessed to pray for you as you struggle through your grief. My heart aches for you, I can't imagine. You are loved!

am

For what it's worth, you always pop into my mind when I'm on my bike and I always say a prayer for you. This must be so painfully hard. Thank you for sharing it with people.

Lauren

Hi Kirsten. I am praying for you!

Jennie C.

I think that's the sort of pain that never really goes away. :-( Praying for you and your family, with love.

Barbara

Praying to St. Anthony...be sure to listen. ;-)

If there is anything I can do for you, just say the word. Do you pray the rosary?

Julie

Kirsten, I'm praying for you! I just sent you an email, but I'm not even sure if I have your correct email address. Please call, text or email soon, I want to say much more than I can say here. Love you!!

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  • Hi, my name is Kirsten. I am married to my best friend and we have nine awesome children including our little saint in heaven, Thomas Joseph. We are Catholic, loving, living, and learning about our faith every day. We just moved to a fixer upper farm here in beautiful Kentucky. We also homeschool some of our children. I really enjoy COFFEE, reading, gardening, running, and knitting. I try to enjoy, laundry and cleaning bathrooms and sweeping floors. But what I really love is to be home, with my husband and children, living this life. This blog is where I write about the good stuff (mostly). Thanks for stopping by!

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