When Aaron picked me up from the hospital the day after giving birth to Elliott....I walked out of "Labor and Delivery" proudly carrying Elliott's memory box. It is filled with lots of reminders of him. His hand and footprints, a sweet, sweet card from the nurses, a small blue teddy bear and now it holds his ultrasound pictures and our hospital bracelets. Lots and lots of memories in there. I was thankful for our sweet nurse Michelle who lead us down the hallway and opened the door as we left. I walked outside with my husband on that sunshiney day and got into our car. Let me tell you about my husband. He is a man of few words. The words he says are profound and have much, much meaning. AND...music means the world to him. Jesus first, his family and then definitely music. He had prepared for this trip home by having Chris Tomlin's CD "All to Us" in the ready. Oh does this CD minister. If you don't have it...get it. On our drive home the song above "Faithful" came on. We both sat with tears streaming down our faces as we worshipped our King. Thanking him for being so faithful to us even in this situation. We knew without a shadow of a doubt that we needed to have this played at Elliott's service. And we did. Now, fast forward to a week later. Halle and I are driving to a pick up my Mom to attend a volleyball game of our cousin....this CD is still playing in our car and I'm sure it will be for many more days to come. "Faithful" comes on....Hal listens to about two bars and then says, "Mommy, we sing this at church"...."Yes, Sweet girl, we sang it at Elliott's service...do you remember? Uncle Joel played his guitar and Miss Becky sang?"....."Yes" she says, "Let's sing it again"....and so we did FIVE more times. Our girl also has passion for music like her Daddy. She knows what she wants to listen to and will ALWAYS make that known. What a healing moment this was for me. Our sweet big sister singing the song that means so much to her Daddy and I. I will gladly sing that song with her......ONE HUNDRED more times if that's what she wants.