Good Morning America interviewed Stephen Curtis Chapman yesterday about the death of his daughter. If you didn't see it - you should watch this. It was just as good as I knew it would be. I had to DVR it so I could go to work but yesterday at lunch Scott and I watched it. I don't know if it was just pregnancy hormones - but I was crying so hard I could hardly see the TV. I talked to Laurie at lunch today and I was trying to tell her about it and I had to stop because I was starting to cry all over again.
My favorite part is when talked about going back to adopt Maria after seeing a picture of him with her on one his visits to China and knowing that was a picture of a daugher and a father. Precious!
I'm thankful for their faith. Such an amazing family.
Edit: I'm watching the Chapmans on Larry King Live right now. There is such a difference between this interview and GMA - Robin Roberts is a Christian and you could tell how she understood what they were sharing and how she led the questions and you can tell Larry doesn't get it at all. He has no idea what they are talking about. (He keeps calling her "Mary" even though they've told him 10 times her name was "Maria").