It's a boy! The day we found out our first son, Moses, was a boy was wonderful!  I remember being in the doctor’s office with my husband, Troy, and seeing his little face, arms and legs wriggling around on the...
This is the first year we will not be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with my dad. He died last year in the beginning of December. His birthday is November 24. Sometimes, Thanksgiving would fall on his birthday. For that reason,...
Getting pregnant, being pregnant, and raising children bring out some of the highest highs and deepest lows. It is a vulnerable place to be, to watch your body struggle to get pregnant, to stay pregnant, and even to recover...
Getting pregnant, being pregnant, and raising children bring out some of the highest highs and deepest lows. It is a vulnerable place to be, to watch your body struggle to get pregnant, to stay pregnant, and even to recover...
Have you ever seen a boulder opal? They are found only in Australia, and form in the cracks, hollows and fissures of ironstone. The brownish, dark color of the ironstone contrasts the full opalescence blues and greens of the...
  A month or so ago, I was scrolling through Pinterest. I came across an article which totally rubbed me the wrong way. I purposefully didn’t link to the article, because what I’m writing about isn’t about that specific author....
Sometimes, words fail to convey your heartfelt condolences for a friend or family member going through an infant or pregnancy loss. Or perhaps you are struggling to work through your own grief and loss. Here are some resources that might...
  I took the clipboard and pen from the receptionist, and made my way back to the waiting room. I filled out the endless sheets of paperwork. Checked countless boxes for which I knew the information by heart. Rolled my...
July 17th marks the day my family and I lost our little Hope to miscarriage. It has been an unbelievable several years since then. Although the following years have brought us two healthy boys and a kind of healing...
Miscarriage.  It’s such a hard word to say when you’ve experienced it. Miscarriage Stats Did you know that 10-20% of known pregnancies will end in a miscarriage? This is something that I naively thought could never happen to me. We had gotten pregnant...

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