Okay...who doesn't need a second chance or better yet, who doesn't want one? Let's face it... we have all screwed up at least one time in our lives. Thank goodness for forgiveness and the love of family and friends that realize that they need a second chance as much as I do.
The noun definition of chance is "the possibility of something happening." I had the chance to have my two kids. I also had the chance of losing a child. Many people do not know this about me, but between Maddie and Macaiden we were pregnant with Morgan. We chose the name Morgan because we wanted our kids to have the same initials. MRW. We were planning on finding out the sex of the baby at our next doctor's appointment (Morgan could be used as a girl or boy's name.) Sadly, with an unexpected trip to the emergency room we were informed that our baby's heartbeat had stopped. His or her chance was not meant to be on this earth.
As hard and difficult as it was to see or not hear a single heartbeat from the ultrasound...I would not have had the chance to have Macaiden. I know that I will see Morgan again one day and I have no doubts about that. I have three kids.
My sister...Casey, and her husband Caleb, are having a difficult time with chance being on their good side. For the past three years they have been trying to have their own baby. With many tests and procedures done, their chance... has been.... to not get pregnant. With tears, sobs, and many times anger building up with the question why...they have realized that "their chance" does not mean the same as everyone else's. When two people try to have a baby...most of the time their chance is...is it a boy or a girl? Today, Casey and Caleb's chance is..."which child am I giving a second chance to?"
They have realized that their chance is giving another child a second chance. Out there...there is a baby that needs a second chance. There is a child who needs to be held. There is a child who needs to hear their mommy sing a goodnight song. There is a child who needs love. There is a child who needs to know that their chance has made a couple's dream come true.
Tonight I am launching for a chance for you to help my sister and brother-in-law to have the chance to become a mommy and daddy. The verb definition for chance is do (something) despite it being dangerous or of uncertain outcome. Casey and Caleb are uncertain of their outcome but with the help of you they can have a better chance of fulfilling their outcome. Please click on any of the links below to see how you can help make a difference in their life.
My Repurpose For Today: To not take advantage of how many chances I get in life...and to realize that I have the chance to become an aunt by taking the chance of helping my sister.
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