Wednesday, March 10, 2010

NYC or bust...

Off we go!
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Alli and the boys, curbside,with our stash of bags, etc.
Not bad... for a traveling party of 7!

23 comments:

Tasha said...

Have fun!

Crystal said...

Hope you have a good time...makes me smile that the two little ones are dressed alike...I do that with my two youngest just in case one gets lost...I can say "he looks just like this but smaller/taller" :) Have a great day!

Doodle On Yoo said...

Can I ask what type of excursion to NY you are making?
How exciting!

TyandKolbi said...

I have been following your story, like many, many others....Hoping, praying, loving Mr. Bronson. Thank you for sharing your experiences, I too believe you have been given an amazing missionary opportunity. Good luck!

BTW, may I ask, how does Alli fit in your family?

Jessy and Kurt Antonino!!!! said...

Good for all of you Sarah, I bet you guys don't want all the attention on the world1 But the world needs to know that miracles happen and if you pray your prays will be answer.. What a great trip and I am glad Alli went with you guys! Sarah I hope one day I can meet your extraordinary family!

Ty and Juju Brown said...

Can't wait to see the show and your cute family!

Geerts said...

AWW Have fun!

Anonymous said...

Just curious? Who is Alli in your life? a nanny, sister, cousin, neighbor? would love to know :)

Anonymous said...

Can I ask who Alli is?

Kevin and Amber said...

So I was traveling to Seattle this same day and you and your cute family passed me in the airport. I looked at your boys and thought to myself how do I know these boys and then I looked up and saw you. Bronson is a true miracle I'm so happy that every thing turned out the way it did and that you are willing to share what you have been through.

Amber
Bountiful

Anonymous said...

You guys are made for TV! You all looked great and I loved how Bronson was trying to call his buddies on the cell to tell them he is on the Today show! It was fantastic and touching. You have changed so many lives and I know you have and will save many, too! I'm sorry such a sweet family had to be the example, but thank you!

Angela said...

I know retelling the story a hundred times can be draining, but it truly is spreading awareness to the world, like you want to do...It is working :)!
It has changed my life, I can honestly say that. I really have slowed the family down & stopped worrying about what I can't get done today, or if I am running a couple minuites late to kids practices..I just do not sweat the small stuff anymore, thanks to you sharing your story. It just really hit home for me & you are a Beautiful mommy with a beautiful family. Thanks for sharing your story & good luck in NYC..you wil do great!

The Ottleys said...

Hey guys! Just watched your spot on the Today show this morning. First of all, great job! I loved how you bore testimony of Jesus Christ at the end. What a great missionary opportunity. :) 4 years ago this month (on the night of the General YW broadcast), my friend's son, Logan (13-months at the time)drown in the bathtub while his older brother was with him. Logan was life-flighted to Primary and was brought back to life. They were there for quite some time. What a miracle. I'm grateful you shared your story to remind everyone how fast something like this can happen. Good luck and may the Lord continue to bless you as you share your message and bear testimony of the power of our Father in Heaven.

rarely David usually Lisa said...

What a great job you did. Your testimony was evident and certainly will touch millions watching. I needed to hear what you said about not being distracted by the things that really don't matter. I will reevaluate myself and give the proper attention where it is due: the family! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Are we thinking that maybe 4, is too many? This NEVER, EVER, EVER should have happened! Things like this happen far too often, and are gotten away with. I don't believe that they are accidents. These are helpless children, and the size of that tub, come on!

Jane said...

Sara you are an awesome Mom and you have a beautiful loving family!

Anonymous- you must not be a mother! These kind of "accidents" happen all the time. That is exactly what it is an ACCIDENT! No loving Mother (which Sara obviously is) would ever let this happen intentionally. Don't you have something better to do then to try to make people you don't even know feel bad?? If you don't like her blog, stay off of it!! Get a life!

Suzanne J. said...

You are awesome Sara and you have a beautiful family!! Loved you on the Today show too :)

Anonymous: it doesnt matter what size the tub is....small, medium or large this accident could happen to anyone in any size tub.....
I agree with Jane, if you don't like the story...stay off her blog!!

marcy said...

Sara,
Don't listen to the nasty comments.......and to Anonymous: What is wrong with you? GET A LIFE! And really?? The size of the tub is your ammunition? Puh-lease! It is clear that your are either jealous, bored, or just mean spirited and your nasty comments are not welcomed here. Keep them to yourself. Sara is trying to be the best mom she can be and for crying out loud, she has always accepted and owned her mistake! If anything we should THANK HER for spreading this awareness! With the attention her story is receiving, she may be SAVING LIVES! Because of Bronson, maybe there is a mother out there who won't step away from the tub, or turn her back while her child plays too close to the street. Maybe just one mother out there won't have to sit by a hostpital bed - or worse, a graveside - because she read and heard Sara's story and decided to be just a little more careful. And that is why this story is so important.

Jess said...

WOW! I have been following your blog for the past month or so and am so encouraged and amazed at your family and strength!! When I went to check my AOL mail account, I saw sweet little Bronson, and I was so excited! You guys are amazing!

Kathy Tonagel said...

who is allie??? where is her picture?

The Stells! said...

I know you have gotten a lot of nasty comments on here I am sorry you have to put up with that, but I just want to thank you for your story i know i am ALOT more attentive when my kids are in the tub! thank you for sharing I know your story will save kids! You seem like a wonderful mother :)

Annie of Blue Gables said...

I just read your story, it was forwarded to me by a friend. As I read, I cried and laughed, and cried, and felt my testimony burn, and was so grateful for yous, for sharing and for the miracle and Heavenly Father.
I just wanted to send my love
~a

bella lopez said...

Oh dear god Jim so glad I came a cross ur beautiful story I really needed to read this I'm going thru something really similar n I would really like to talk to you my ten month old Isabella is in the hospital on life support for a near crowing please I beg u reach out to me