July 23, 2014

#FamilyVacation #FatherSon #LaterGram #NotiPhone #NoFilter #Canon7D #HappyBaby #FirstTimeInTheSand #GoBeckett #ODAAT


3 thoughts on “July 23, 2014

  1. Cherie Short says:

    I met Beautiful Beckett last weekend in Archbold. Grandma Linda had him on a stroller ride while Mom and Dad were here. So glad she stopped as I’ve followed this miracle baby from the start. He really is beautiful . . . and smart. He snapped his fingers, threw kisses and smiled constantly. So glad I got to see him in person.

  2. Diane Ewald says:

    Great pic!! At first glance I thought it was Doug & baby Joshua…many years ago! You Rupps really look alike – all handsome! Beckett is so adorable! Thank You God.


    Sent from my iPad

  3. Deb Anders says:

    To the Parents of Beckett from the realm of “you don’t know me and honestly I don’t know you either”: A good friend of mine had a baby way too early in May 2013 and he was in Riley, in the same wing as Beckett. I came to visit them one weekend from Ohio and saw Beckett in his little isolated cubicle of Riley (I know you’ve been through a lot – it was just before the move to the new wing). My heart went out to all the babies in there, but especially Beckett and little Eli who I was there to visit. Unfortunately Eli did not survive past 40 days of life on this Earth, but I always remembered Beckett and for a while checked the website which I had seen posted on his “bedroom”. I prayed often for you all but after Eli passed it was too hard for me emotionally to think about it too much so for a long time I kept praying but I didn’t check your site. Well tonight I finally got the courage to check back – I’ll be honest it was very hard to type in the address because I was terrified I’d find a final post from a few months back or something. How absolutely fantastic to open the site and see a beautiful picture of completely un-tethered Beckett soaking up the good life on the beach! 🙂 I’m so happy for the three of you and know that God is good. I haven’t been able to read every word so I don’t know if further surgeries await Mr. Miracle but I just feel so excited for you: that you have your son at home and are able to watch him learn new things each day. What a true blessing to raise him. I felt compelled to let you know this little story. I’ll continue to hold you all in my thoughts and prayers.

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