help make the world a little brighter in memory of my sons

Zach and I are expecting our rainbow baby later this year. Our hearts are filled with joy at the anticipation. Last August, our twins were born. They were beautiful and tiny. Too tiny. They were born too early. We miss Liam and Sebastian everyday.

To help honor them, I would love it if you would do a random act of kindness in their memory this weekend. It doesn’t have to be anything big. (But it totally can be!) Need some kindness inspiration? Check out my previous post: the joy of making someone’s day

Even holding the door open for a stranger counts. You can comment below to let me know about your random act, if you like. I would love to read about the ways you made the world brighter in memory of Liam and Sebastian.

Let’s fill the world with as much extra happy as we can! 🙂

6 thoughts on “help make the world a little brighter in memory of my sons

  1. Liam and Sebastian were my first grandchildren. I will always love them. Tomorrow I will do something kind in their honor and let you know. I hope I do kind things every day. Most of my kindness is directed toward children because I am with young children at work each day. I need to work on being kinder to random adults I encounter.

  2. What a wonderful way to celebrate their memory, my dad’s twin brother died when he was 7 years old, and he honor his memory by giving my little brother his brother’s name.

    I will do something kind in their memory tomorrow

  3. What a sweet way to remember them! I didn’t see this post until today. So while I was at the grocery earlier, I let a family cut in the grocery check out line — they only had two items are were all dressed spiffy like they were late for something special! The mom looked super relieved that I let them cut. You know what Sunday at the grocery is like.

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