Why Sunday?

Experiencing Loss / Friday, January 12th, 2018

incompetent but hopeful-encouragement

Why Sunday?

You ever think about tragedy and wonder why it happens? Like, why Sunday? I ask myself this all the time.

My goal is to try and post a blog every Sunday. I gave birth to my son on a Sunday morning. My husband scored an emotional touchdown that same Sunday. Jesus died on the cross for us, on Sunday. So, thats why I’m choosing Sunday.

It’s not okay to ask God, “why me.” Somehow, I do it anyway. Not on purpose, but really because we have tried to do everything the right way. We got married, bought a house and moved in together, and then attempted to start a family. Ever since my baby boy was gone, seems like its been one thing after another. Did you know, my husband’s biological father passed away exactly one month after we lost our son. Talk about tragedy! But yet, together we have managed to get through it all.

But seriously, why me? Is it because of something I did in the past? Who knows. If you ever find yourself asking yourself these questions, just stop. No need to beat yourself up about anything. We are all human and make mistakes. And things just happen. It may not turn out the way we want them to but there is a reason for everything. I am a strong believer of this.

I don’t think I will ever be okay about losing a baby. However, life has began to get better for us. I am constantly praying for us, hoping for more blessings. And we appreciate everyone who has been praying for us. We are truly blessed to be born in a world where we have people around us who genuinely care.

With Love,

Mrs. Goodwin


8 Replies to “Why Sunday?”

  1. Love you guys Mo! Can’t wait to read your beautiful posts! I pray this always clarity and purpose into a time of darkness for you!

    You are so strong for sharing your story!

  2. You are so right. Its so hard not to ask why me? You start to think maybe I️ didn’t drink enough water or maybe I worked out too much. Either way it hurts but what gives me comfort is knowing that my baby went straight to heaven. I have my very own angel. God wanted me to gain my very own personal angel. I lost my baby boy at 23 weeks around the same time as you in November. When I saw your post and saw your faith, it motivated me to leave it all in God’s hands. He got us.

  3. Morgan aka moochie I’m so proud of you and how strong you are. I love you and can’t wait to read more of your blogs. Continue to allow god to use you and to get the message he has for you out. I’m so proud of you.

  4. I lost my son the Wednesday before you lost yours. I don’t know you but I wept for you because I knew your pain. I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family continue to be in my prayers.

  5. Morgan I watch you grow from a little kid into a beautiful young woman I am beyond proud of you . You still have that great spirit and your so strong, I’m constantly praying for you and your family continue to keep up the good work. No storm last forever little sis , God is going to continue to let the light shine on you and you will continue to have that beautiful glow!!!! Love you

  6. Prayers to you. I lost my baby at 32 weeks on October 7, 2017. A week later my husbands grandmother died and then 2 months later my mother was diagnosed with cancer. I completely understand things happening one after another.

  7. I too find myself questioning God about the loss of my son. Even though I know I shouldn’t, we are human. In those dark moments when the pain hits you, it’s hard not to. Just take life day by day. Hour by hour. Life doesn’t make sense, but I have learned many lessons along my baby loss journey. I know you have too. You have a good attitude about things.

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