20 Months and 3 Days

Our family reached another milestone last week. Our littlest, Landon, turned 20 months old. In other words, he reached the age that would be our Olivia's last. Olivia lived for exactly 20 months and 3 days on this earth before she passed away on 10/22/13 from brain cancer. As of today, Landon is 20 months... Continue Reading →

4 Years Ago

4 years ago on July 16, 2012 our family was shaken to its very core. Our 4 month old daughter, Olivia, was diagnosed with brain cancer. Our worst nightmare was coming true and there was nothing we could do to change it. I will never forget that day. I woke up that morning to Olivia having... Continue Reading →

Seas of Change

We recently got back from a week long vacation in San Diego. We had a beautiful time playing on the beach, visiting Sea World, and checking out the tide pools. It was so different from our last visit. We went to San Diego 2.5 years ago about a month after Olivia passed away. It was a... Continue Reading →

A Change In Mission

After a lot of reflection, we at Olivia Caldwell Foundation decided to make some changes to our mission. We would like to use this blog post to explain our new mission statement and what our vision is for Olivia Caldwell Foundation and our future. A lot of changes have been going on at OCF behind... Continue Reading →

Moving On

Our family has gone through a lot of changes in the past few months. We moved to a new city. Brett started a new job. We sold our family home in Rawlins where we lived with Olivia and bought a new house in Casper. And we are just a few weeks away from welcoming another... Continue Reading →

New Beginnings

We are incredibly excited to announce that Olivia and Wyatt are going to have a little brother or sister in early December! This is a time of immense joy for our family but also a time of sadness of what could have been if we had not lost our beautiful daughter to brain cancer 7... Continue Reading →

Mother’s Intuition

Mothers have an uncanny ability to sense trouble when it comes to their children. I often find myself jolt awake just a few minutes before Wyatt or Olivia would wake up like I could sense that they were going to need me momentarily.This amazing intuition was even more prominent when it came to Olivia's health.... Continue Reading →

Blue eyed and broken hearted

 From the moment I found out we were having twins I was incredibly excited. It meant that my babies would have a built in best friend. Someone who would always love them, be there for them, and help them no matter what life could throw their way. I never imagined that my little girl would... Continue Reading →

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