Running Out Of Time

I will never forget the day we found out Olivia was terminal. We knew she wasn't doing well but it was still a huge shock. When we stepped out of the hospital that day my husband and I resolved to make the most of the time we had left with our princess. From that moment... Continue Reading →

Joy

Have you ever just stopped at a moment in your life and felt such an indescribable feeling of joy? This was one of those moments for me. Playing at the park on our first real family vacation with our twins. Olivia was thought to be cancer free and healthy. We pushed the kids on the... Continue Reading →

How to Love a Grieving Parent

Any parent who has lost a child spends the rest of their life in mourning. They are forever broken. Sad. No longer whole. If you have faith in God you can find some comfort in the fact that your little angel is in the arms of Jesus and they are spared the hurts of this... Continue Reading →

Fear

Nearly two and a half years ago my worst fear came true. My daughter died in my arms after a long battle with cancer. The fear of losing a child was something that rattled me even before I first became pregnant. That fear became magnified after I lost our first baby to an ectopic pregnancy... Continue Reading →

I Can’t Think Of You

The day I found out I was having a boy and a girl (twins) was truly the best day of my life. I had always hoped to have a little girl. A precious little lady┬áthat I could love and cherish and help mold into a wonderful woman some day. Olivia was everything I had hoped... Continue Reading →

Was She Real?

Our Olivia has been in Heaven now for 2 years and 2 months. That's an entire 6 months longer than she was alive. I find myself questioning sometimes whether or not she was even real or just a figment of my imagination. Our life today is vastly different from the life we shared with our... Continue Reading →

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