Facing Memory – Day 31

It’s the last day. I didn’t write the last couple of nights because I needed to rock a snotty baby, I needed to take lots of pain medication, I needed to think about something OTHER than the darkness I’ve held onto in my heart. Although I didn’t write every day (I knew I was too […]

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A Lot on My Plate

THANKSGIVING early May Since I last posted anything, I started 3 posts. BUT, #196 I’ve been back in the hospital with an infection. But a few days of intravenous antibiotics kicked it to the curb – and I didn’t have to STAY in the hospital. #197 PLUS, a dear friend from church, Annette, came to watch the […]

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So Much To Say Part 2

I’m back. I sent in my “shopping list” for therapeutic sensory items for my FASD kids, I was “granted” $1000 INCLUDING shipping and handling, taxes – and my shopping cart total was (I’m pretty proud of this) $999.97. Yeah! ••• Back to Cora Beth… So our first night, I really don’t remember well. I was […]

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So Much To Say

I have no idea where to begin – these last 10 days have been rather incredible. From the euphoric moment of seeing Cora Beth for the first time as the surgeon held her vernix covered body over the surgical drape – to the 5:30 am sobbing after not sleeping, raw nipples and being all alone […]

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Excitement

So I have been promising this update for a few days now, but JUST as the kids left discovered that we will be experiencing a FOUR hour power outage this evening at the hospital to test the generators. SO, I’m going to type as fast as I can on my NEW computer (birthday present from […]

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