I don't take it for granted….

1. Cracker crumbs crunched throughout every nook and cranny in my car. (Or in my life for that matter) 😉 2. The bath toys strewn about our tub; that sprinkle cold water on me as I put them away before taking my shower. 3. The baby boy and toddler socks in my laundry. 4. A little lot less storage […]

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Remembering Baby J – 6.25.14

Today is such a bitter sweet day. Baby J (our first little one) was due 6.25.2012 and would be 2 years old, but last year on this is the day we found out we were pregnant with our wee Camper. Our first born boy Cashel is 2 in August and I’m daily overwhelmed by how […]

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TTC Series: Conflicted

So most recently in my Trying to Conceive (TTC) Series I have shared “The end of one chapter” “Our Grief Process” and then as part of a new chapter “Is this Real?” and “Sharing our good fortune with Benjamin” – what a juxtaposition of emotion. I truly can’t speak to all trying to conceive situations, no […]

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TTC Series: Is this real?

Just one month after my miscarriage I was walking through the holidays in a fog. Trying to enjoy, but the twangs of what should have been would hit me unexpectedly. Our family and friends were so supportive and I felt somewhat lost. What next? A thought that just kept haunting me. We took a round […]

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day

Today I am remembering our Baby Jacobson who we lost on November 24, 2011. Almost 2 years ago. Baby Jacobson was due on June 25, 2012 – one year later the first anniversary of his due date, we found out about New Baby’s pregnancy. Talk about overwhelming. The statistics are staggering. So many women face […]

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TTC Series: Our {grief} process…

Let me start with saying that our trying to conceive journey was hard. At times I thought it was unbearable. I published our story, now a couple years later, because I was more ready. I say more because even now it takes my breath away when I hit the “publish” button. Some might wonder why […]

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