The littlest one was born 1.25.18, three weeks early, because of an emergency induction. While my story can never be without a little unexpected drama, we are all well and healthy, living this dream. I wanted to make sure to post in case anyone stumbles upon this blog and needs extra assurance that miracles truly do happen, even to those of us who might have felt relatively hopeless at a time.
There are still no logical reasons for all the troubles and the two miracles, but here we are. Anything can happen – and this anything can be sweeter than you could ever imagine. Stay hopeful and flexible, my fellow travelers! My love is with you.
OMG!!! How did I miss the post announcing son four?? I am overjoyed for your great fortune. All my love to your whole family❤️❤️❤️❤️
Thank you SO much!!!
congratulations!!!!!! I am thrilled for you! All my love to you and your family! ❤❤❤❤
Thank you! It’s an amazing ride! All my love right back. 😊
Congrats!!!! Wishing you all the best!
Thank you so much! ❤️😍
I have been following you since I lost my daughter last summer and this post was just what I needed for encouragement!!!! Thank you for sharing this beautiful gift of joy with us! Congratulations!!!!
My goodness…THIS is why I write. Thank you for sharing. It makes me so happy to give you hope. Miracles do happen!!! Much, much love to you on your journey!
Congrats on your perfectly beautiful little family!!!!
Thank you!!! ❤️
Congratulations to you!! I’m so so happy for you!!