Gabriella Joy

4 thoughts on “Gabriella Joy”

  1. What a beautiful name. I love Gabriella Joy for coming into your life even as briefly as she did. Someday I will kiss that sweet face. She is a hero to me saving you by her presence then quietly leaving so you could start winning this battle. Very bittersweet. You honor her, will celebrate her and grieve for her. She’s in very good company and so are you. I love you!

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  2. I agree with your Mom, Gabriella Joy is a beautiful name for the precious little girl that you carried for such a short time. I do believe that she had a very special purpose, without her, you may not have found your cancer as quickly as you did!
    I look forward to meeting this precious little angel one day!

    I have to admit that while reading this, I did shed tears at the sadness of never meeting or holding this dear granddaughter on this side of heaven as well as the thought of what you two must be feeling. This makes the loss so much more real, not that it wasn’t already, now we can call her by name.

    I love the necklace that you’ve been wearing, I didn’t know the symbolic nature of it, now I think it’s even prettier than I first thought, and you do have amazing friends to go out to find another bird for it!
    I love you Kim!❤️ I love your honesty and your strength and your faith! You and the girls and Timothy are in our constant prayers!❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻❤️

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  3. My goodness, Kim and Tim – Gabriella may be in heaven already but she is touching lives here on earth and will live on as a beautiful memory until you meet with her again crossing into heaven. Continuing to keep you in my prayers.

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  4. Sweet Kim,
    In our personal branch of the family tree, we have Kara Joy and Ellie Joy. How sweet to know that Gabriella Joy shares their beautiful name! 💕
    Kim, you have been so strong as you are walking through these trials. Many would have crumbled, but I love reading of your faith and trust and hope in God. Hold on, dear girl. I love Ps 30:1-5, especially the end that says “sorrow may last for the night, but JOY comes in the morning!” Our good, good, loving Father promises His joy. It will yet come.
    We love you and Tim so much!
    Hugs,
    Aunt Twyla

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