Babywearing- Just do it!

So here’s the deal: I’m totally into babywearing, and IT’S LOVE! I don’t know how many times I’ve seen a mom fumbling for her keys, her phone, or her other child while clumsily hanging onto a squirmy little person. Each time I see it, I can only imagine what kind of baby carrier she could […]

The Fog Has Lifted

It’s been quite some time since I’ve had a chance to sit down and blog! I must say I’ve had many days that I have wanted to, but have found myself strategically snuggled between two cute little boys and unable to operate my computer. That’s okay! I’m happy to have those sweet moments, but as […]

When I felt Heaven on Earth

As I laid in the special care unit of the OB ward last April, the amount of pain I felt was unbearable: the deep, gut-wrenching pain of helplessness and frustration, cloaked heavily in disgust for my body’s failure to keep our daughter alive, and the overwhelming grief coupled with the realization of the emotional pain […]

It’s almost time for my Rainbow to SHINE!

Just a quick update, as I have been MIA from blogging for quite some time! Tomorrow is D-day! We are heading in for a medical induction tomorrow morning, and our little man should be here by dinner time. Please keep us in your thoughts as we prepare ourselves for what is sure to be an […]

Our baby is a…

Rainbow! I mentioned this in a prior post. Yesterday we traveled to  maternal-fetal medicine at our local hospital to have a level two ultrasound and meet with the doctor. It was a very stressful event! The last time we were at MFM we were praying that our sweet Eliza did not have Down Syndrome and […]

16 weeks, 5 days

Today marks 16 weeks, 5 days in my rainbow pregnancy. The past week has brought up a great deal of emotions. Eliza‘s due date was last Friday, as most of my readers know, and today marks the point in THIS pregnancy at which I lost Eliza. My Dr. D saw me on Monday and will […]

Simple Pleasures…The Mom’s Edition

I remember being a single, 20-something working a full-time job and having more money than I needed and time to spare. Then I became a mom and all that changed. I used to enjoy weekly mani-pedis, new clothes every week, and expensive makeup and hair care products. I was spoiled. I did whatever I wanted, […]

How’d they do it?

As I was sitting at home the other day, I started to feel a sense of overwhelming inadequacy as I looked around my house. Toys scattered everywhere, papers splayed haphazardly across my kitchen table, dishes in the sink, and a bathroom from a frat house (okay maybe not that bad, but you get the idea). […]

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