Saturday, January 24, 2009

Moran Gene Hirschi

This is such a private matter, but I felt I should post why I have been absent from my blog and Facebook. On January 17th, our daughter and her husband suffered a still birth of a beautiful, full-term little girl, Moran. She was 7#13oz...a delicate, refined version of their little boy, Owen. The doctors concluded that plancenta abruptio occurred severing her lifeline to her mother. During delivery, complications set in that nearly claimed our daughter's life, but she made it through and is finally home. We are here with them, helping with Owen and trying our best to provide support and help during this difficult time.
Friends and family have been extremely generous with their love and words of comfort. Through it all, we have felt God's presence holding us close.
Borrowing some lyrics from Beth Nielsen Chapman:

"Life gives us magic and life gives us tragedy,
Everyone suffers some loss.
Still we have faith in it...childlike hope.
There's a reason that outweighs the cost".

Though I prefer the magical parts of life, the tragedies teach us much about love and trust.


Larson said...

The Garfields and the Hirschi's are in my prayers! I love you all!

tlc illustration said...

Oh Kim, I am so sorry! Big hugs and best wishes to you and your daughter and families. Wish I could do more.

Julian Tejera said...

Kim, I am truly sorry for your family's loss. You are all in my prayers. I hope your daughter and son-in-law find the strength to get through this tragedy.

The Art of Kim Kincaid said...

My thanks to each of you. Returned home last night. Think this will take awhile but your heartfelt expressions help.

Carrie said...

I'm so sorry. My prayers are with you and your family.