A Christian wife and mother whose thought of blogging for several years, just never known what to blog about. After going through two miscarriages 8 months apart; laying in bed processing the loss of my second child, I felt overwhelmingly led to share my story. Messing around with creating a blog, still not sure I should move forward, and completely unbeknownst to my husband, he asks me what I’m doing. “I think I’m starting a blog” – my husbands response to my answer was the confirmation I needed to move forward. Thirty minutes before our conversation he had been thinking about how I should really look into starting a blog; but given our recent circumstances he felt that he should wait to share his thoughts with me until our wounds weren’t so fresh. What you need to understand is that I’ve never shared with anyone, not even my husband, that I’ve ever thought about starting a blog. This is how I’m certain that this was God’s way of telling me to act on my desire. So here I am – vulnerable, unedited, and unapologetic for my opinions.
This blog was created to share the emotions that come along with miscarriages. It’s a tool to help me grieve and hopefully will help someone else. Whether you’re walking in my shoes, have walked in my shoes, or want to know what it’s like to be in my shoes. It’s also a blog that will focus on my life after my miscarriages and a memorial to the children I’ve lost.
I want to bless others through my tragedy; and do my share (and more) of good in a world full of not so good.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” – Jeremiah 29:11