• Reconciliation

    March 8, 2013

    Reconciliation – the reestablishing of cordial relations. ‘If the world would apologize, I might consider a reconciliation’ – Mason Cooley. I always hope that, one morning, I will wake up and have, overnight, reestablished cordial relations with my first pregnancy, the birth of my two tiny daughters and the death of my eldest child. That…

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  • Sharing your Journey

    March 7, 2013

    Guest Post by Christi Losing a child is completely and totally unexplainable. Every fiber of your body is ripped from you. Besides, this child is a life God created from your own DNA. This child is a part of you. When your child dies, literally a part of you dies too. Life does not just…

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  • {10 Years Later} Little Lives, Big Inspiration

    March 7, 2013

    Last year, I signed up to run a half marathon only a few weeks after starting to run for the first time in my life. Crazy, huh? I joined a team that was fundraising for the Ronald McDonald House of Central Georgia and created a sub-team in memory of my son, Charlie. Team Charlie’s Angels,…

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  • Glad to Know You

    March 6, 2013

    I’m usually a quick writer. Open WordPress, add new post and I’m off. This month, I’ve stared at the empty WordPress box for several moments. Willing words to come. When they do, they don’t fit here. They’re dark and not uplifting. The past few weeks, I haven’t been standing. I haven’t even been crawling, and…

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  • Sometimes I See Double

    March 5, 2013

    Guest Post by Megan Sometimes I still see double. It’s been almost four years since I held my twin sons in my arms for the first and the very last time. Will was born, and still is perfectly healthy. MJ fought a battle with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) for 35 days before we were…

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