Honoring Robbie 8/1/21


In grief training, David Kessler said, he learned when you lose a child at some point you are going to hit rock bottom and then you have to make a decision if you are going to keep living. Wow! So true! I am not going to jump off a bridge, but I am often just going through the motions of living.

Unexpectedly, I was asked if I could help a friend by presenting on zoom to Early Childhood teachers. I wasn’t sure what to expect and I also wasn’t sure if I could share Robbie’s early intervention success story like I have in the past.

Without trying or expecting, I have found a way to honor Robbie, by helping other teachers learn about the importance of early childhood interventions. I spent the summer researching, reading tons of articles and books, buying new Early Childhood books… all to become updated with the current best practices. At one point, I realized that I was back having a purpose for living again. I have presented a few times now and I really enjoy it. I hope I can continue occasionally, even with the school year starting, because it is truly my passion to encourage and work with Early Childhood teachers.

I am very grateful that my friend reached out to me! Without trying, she has pulled me back out of the pit. I am still sad and grieving daily, but also living again.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. simmawboyz@gmail.com says:

    God put this friend in your path, knowing that she would give you purpose again. She could have chosen not to mention this to you, but she stepped out. It’s amazing how God-Things work!! So proud of both of you AND Robbie!! 🥰

    Sent from my iPhone


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    1. Thanks Jackie ❤️. Much love to you.


  2. What a wonderful opportunity and tribute to Robbie!
    I’m so happy you found passion with a purpose. May it continue to encourage you & help you heal, and may your presentations make a huge difference for those who attend.
    Way to go, Cindy!
    Love you ❤

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    1. Thanks Kathy! Love You❤️


  3. Pam Harris says:

    What a blessing you will be to all of the early childhood teachers that you help!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Pam ❤️.


  4. Mindy says:

    You have much to share!! Mindy

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Thank you Mindy❤️


  6. AnAdmirer says:

    What a blessing for you and the kids who are ultimately helped by this. You will be doing so much good in memory of Robbie .

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you for all your support.


  7. Brittany says:

    Cindy, you are a wonderful resource for these teachers! I can only imagine how helpful you are by sharing what you’ve learned! You were a gift to me and taught me so much.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thanks Brittany! Miss you friend. ❤


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