Monday, December 17, 2012

Allie's 9th Birthday

10 comments:

Debbie said...

Awesome, It doesn't seem like it has been that long. Allie touched so many lives and still does today. You truly have beautiful little girls. Hope you guys have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Toes in the sand said...

Happy Birthday Angel Allie. Hugs to your momma!

Karley Grandy said...

My family donated blood today in honor of Princess Allie. Happy Birthday!!

Mimi said...

OMG 9 years.....oh holy shit I can't believe it...hugs

Granola Gal said...

Happy Birthday Sweet Allie!

Karley, that is so awesome!

lawma said...

I will always remember Allie. Happy 9th sweet girl.

Mary Anne Whiteley said...

Oh wow. happy Birthday Angel Allie! It's hard to believe it's been so long!

Tina said...

What a special child she is. Happy Birthday Allie.

Suburban Drudgery said...

I've been reading your blog since Allie was ill. She's the same age as my daughter. I have twins in heaven to. Happy birthday Allie.

Dusty said...

I wanted to let you know that my daughter and I were thinking and talking about your sweet Allie today.

I’m not sure if you remember me, but I had asked you where you purchased Allie’s butterflies because I wanted to release them at my husband’s funeral. He’s the one who had neck surgery like your dad.

My daughter was 2 years old when her dad died and it makes her sad that she doesn't have her very own memories of her dad. The two of us were looking through her photos of her and her dad, and she looked at one and read, “Allie Scott”. She was on her dad’s shoulders with Allie’s name on a sticker on her back, while my husband walked in Allie’s honor at Light the Night. My daughter knows that the night that Allie died, her dad scooped her up out of her crib and had her sleep on his chest that night. I have it photographed too. I think it’s so lovely that sweet Allie has helped my daughter see what kind of person her dad was. This may sound weird, but by seeing the photos and hearing the stories helps my daughter create her own memories of her dad and that makes her feel good.

Thank you for sharing your sweet girl’s life because she has helped my sweet girl.