My husband is so spoiled. He works until midnight most Saturday nights (that's not why he is spoiled, that part sucks). He usually comes home starving and I try to have something good for him to eat. Granted a lot of nights the best I can muster is some mac and cheese - always homemade… Continue reading Rambling
Yesterday, a co-worker/friend of mine told me that she had noticed on Facebook that a girl she knew from college had gone into early labor and they had lost their baby girl. I told her to give her friend my name and that if she needed anything to reach out. God, I will never understand… Continue reading Broken Hearted
When you lose a baby or child or really anyone for that matter you tend to search for signs that they are okay. I already spoke about how we felt Joshua helped us find Patrick's wedding ring the day before the funeral. I really do believe that nothing is just a mere coincidence. Some people… Continue reading Signs?
I've always been told that there are stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance). What they neglected to mention was that there would be days when all of them hit you at once and knock you over. I was talking to Patrick last night and said I was now 37 weeks pregnant. Seriously? What… Continue reading Denial, Anger, and Depression, Oh My
After yesterday's marathon migraine, I was more than ready to go to the doctor this morning. It was supposed to be just a follow-up from last month when they switched my medicines around plus I was going to get a script for some migraine medicine, because yesterday sucked. Well, I mentioned that my right ear… Continue reading Sick Day
Since I've spent pretty much the entire day in bed with a snugly puppy and a severe migraine, all you get today are some cute photos of my Sophie girl and a couple of my handsome hubby. I'm too tired for anything else.