After cancer claims Matt Kell's life on Christmas Day 2005, his widow, Gina and two young boys are left to cope with the pain of his loss while their close church community gathers around ...
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After cancer claims Matt Kell's life on Christmas Day 2005, his widow, Gina and two young boys are left to cope with the pain of his loss while their close church community gathers around them for support. Wanting to be close to her kids, Gina starts to volunteer at their elementary school and meets the Spehn children, Jack, Danny and Charlotte. In a gut-wrenching coincidence, just weeks after Matt's death, the Spehn's mom, Cathy, also suddenly succumbs to cancer, leaving her distraught husband, Michael, to care for their three kids on his own. Sensing the hopelessness in Michael she so recently saw in herself, Gina reaches out to Michael and his kids and the two families begin to forge an unlikely friendship and close bond. Over the year that follows, their lives become intertwined as they learn to lean on each other during the at-times insurmountable obstacles, tears and adversity and begin to heal with laughter, compassion and faith. As Gina and Michael realize their newfound ...Written by
Sweet Hallmark film worth watching, 7 Stars from me!
I've seen this movie twice and I loved it both times. It's Lacey Chabert who I adore on the Hallmark Channels for sure. She's very cute and charming. This reminded me of a movie similar to a TV Series I grew up watching, called 'The Brady Bunch', minus one child. I even said that the first time I watched this movie and prior to hearing Lacey say it on this movie. It was like Deja Vu. I love the kid dynamic in this movie though because all the kids seem to adjust and adapt very well to a coming together. There is even a very cool song that plays while they are either getting ready to eat dinner or cleaning up after the dinner. I'll have to look up the song that played. It was great teamwork and that's what we should all strive for in our lives, working together on a common goal. But seriously, watch this movie and remember The Brady Bunch.
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