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The Future

May is coming to a close and June is soon approaching.  The month of June is such a jumble of emotions for me. Having given birth to 3 June babies, one of which was my angel, Anneliese, means many happy … Continue reading

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Guest blog post at Babies after 35

A huge thank you to Babies after 35 for inviting me to be a guest blogger on their site! Check out my story at:   A Rainbow After the Storm

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My rainbow is here! (A bit belated)

Wow, I can’t believe it.. it’s been over a month since our rainbow baby arrived!  I was in the hospital due to placenta previa for over a month. Although it was boring, and stressful, there were blessings in my hospital … Continue reading

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Complications

As of yesterday I was 28 weeks.  Last week I had a “routine” OB appointment, and some of what my OB discussed caught me by surprise.  The visit prior, he had been talking of a c-section at 39 weeks (July … Continue reading

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Almost 24 weeks

I haven’t been writing much. I guess because sometimes it feels like no one is listening. I am almost 24 weeks pregnant with my rainbow baby boy. He still does not have a name. I can feel his kicks, tiny, … Continue reading

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16 weeks

It has been a long time since I have posted.  I am now 16 1/2 weeks pregnant.  I have found out through testing that we are having a baby boy! The preliminary blood tests (Progenity) all show that he is … Continue reading

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Grief changes with time, and yet it doesn’t

Grief changes with time, and yet, at the same time, it remains the same.  Losing a child doesn’t really get “better”. Holidays are particularly tough.  They are a time when family should be together, celebrating.  We expect of course, as … Continue reading

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The day after

Well, I survived Christmas.  The word survival does not imply happiness, or contentedness.  Just survival.  On Christmas Eve, I visited Anneliese’s grave again, and left a few more Christmas things.  Someone had left a teddy bear the week before, and … Continue reading

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Reversal of fortunes…

Friday morning I went to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance for a third opinion.  Yes, I am on my third endocrinologist. Shockingly, this doctor told me what I wanted to hear, but was not expecting to hear.  That even though my … Continue reading

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The logistics of another baby

It’s horrible to have to even consider the feasibility of another baby; of another pregnancy.  Now, all in all, I have been pregnant four times, and yet now I only have two children on earth.  You could say that we got … Continue reading

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