Pumpkin

Annika
It’s impossible to look down at those tiny hands, that matted hair, those eyes, open in awe and wonder, and not dissolve into a puddle of cliches.
And now I understand.
I always wondered whether the moment would be too abstract for me. After all, it is just another face isn’t it? But it’s indescribable, unbelievable, maybe chemical?
It’s a new and different kind of love.
And it certainly puts God’s love in the sacrifice of Jesus in a different light, because I can’t imagine giving up my girl for anything!

9 thoughts on “Pumpkin

  1. Oh Tim, she’s lovely! Thank-you so much for putting up a photo as it will be a while until I see her. I can’t wait to hold her.

  2. SHE IS JUST BEAUTIFUL…. I WILL BE ABLE TO GET REGULAR UPDATES HERE NOW LIKE I DO FOR AMY’S LITTLE BROOD…. CAN’T WAIT.

  3. Ah the dawning of a new age in the awareness of Tim Goldsmith!!!
    A most beautiful little girl and lucky to have the parents she has been given – who are blesssed to have the child thay have been given (etc etc)

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