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Remembering

To wake up every day with out your precious child is one of (if not the absolute most) the most painful things that a person can ever experience. To wake up every day and have faith that God is still there in the midst of the hurt, the pain, the grief and the ache takes… Continue reading Remembering

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An Anchor of Hope

It's funny how connected I feel to others who have been through the loss of a child. This community is much bigger than I ever knew - which makes me very sad. But it is also extremely close - which makes me extremely grateful. Now, I would trade all of my new "friends" in a… Continue reading An Anchor of Hope

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Our Story

Today, I am the guest post over at Stillborn and Still Breathing. My husband, Patrick, and I met on August 22nd, 2010.  We both quickly realized that this was different than any other relationship that had come before.  We fell in love fast and were engaged in April of 2011.  We got married on the… Continue reading Our Story

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We are Okay

It seems like everyone around us has an opinion about how we "should" be dealing with Josh's death. I hear everything from; "you guys are so strong" to "you guys should really be going to a support group/counselor/psychologist..." The truth is we are okay. We are handling things the best way we know how...together. You… Continue reading We are Okay

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Tears and Rainbows

I feel like I've been neglectful of this blog lately. For a while, it was easy to share every thought that was in my head, but lately it has become more difficult. It is never easy to bare your soul. I have tried to be open and honest and real here. I have tried to… Continue reading Tears and Rainbows

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Fear and Panic

This week has been so emotional and it's not over yet... Monday night I decided that I was going to go get a long overdue haircut and even add some highlights - I was feeling the need for a change. While at the salon, I discover that my stylist is about 7 months pregnant.  Awesome.… Continue reading Fear and Panic

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Don’t Take My Word for It – Take Theirs

Often, grief is difficult to put into words. (Un)fortunately, others have walked this dark path before me, and they are quite frankly much better with words than I... "There's no tragedy in life like the death of a child. Things never get back to the way they were."President Dwight D. Eisenhower who lost a son, Doud… Continue reading Don’t Take My Word for It – Take Theirs