• Strength.

    by  • July 26, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Children, Thinking of you • 2 Comments

    Dear Forza,

    I know that when you’re older, you might hate your name, but I picked it because it means inner strength. That is something I always want you to have: strength. I want you to be strong; strong enough to understand why I couldn’t keep you. I want you to be strong enough to forgive me. I could never put you through a life where you suffered because I couldn’t give you what you need. I want what’s best for you. You’re my world; my everything and that’s why I had to give you to them.

    I love you so much Forza, more than you’ll ever know and it killed me when they left with you. You’re my child. You have my eyes. I carried you in my belly for nine months and I love you with every inch of my heart; more than words could ever express. I love you. IloveyouIloveyouIloveyou. Please don’t ever think I don’t care. I know it might seem that way sometimes, but you have no idea how hard it was for me to let you go. Please understand, I did this all for you. You deserve the best. You deserve to have the world at your fingertips; to create, to dream, to live.

    But above all, you deserve to be happy.

    With all my love,

    Your biological mother

    2 Responses to Strength.

    1. Jamie
      July 26, 2011 at 11:48 pm

      This is absolutely beautiful

    2. J
      July 27, 2011 at 8:24 am

      This letter shows tremendous courage and real love. I admire what you did, it was selfless and compassionate and loving. Many blessings and may you heal and find much happiness in your life.

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