The Power Of A Parent’s Grief

There has been a lot of talk in the media this week about the passing of Debbie Reynolds so shortly after the death of her daughter. It's brought up the question of whether or not you can die from a broken heart. As a grieving parent myself I can certainly understand why Debbie's heart just... Continue Reading →

3 Years Later

3 years. Today is 3 whole years since my only daughter died. I barely slept last night as I played the events of October 22, 2013 over and over in my mind. We knew it was coming and for that I am grateful. Olivia was home on hospice care after a 16-month battle with brain... Continue Reading →

Goodbye Sweet Girl

I know it's been quite awhile since I've sat down to write a blog post. We've had a lot going on as a family lately and I just haven't been able to find the words. This is a hard day for me¬†every year.¬†Today marks 3 years since Olivia went home on hospice care. It was... Continue Reading →

She’s Missing

It's here. February. The month of my twins birth. I always expect their birthday to be a difficult day, but this year my grief has taken hold even earlier than I expected. And it seems to be that way for my little boy, Wyatt, too. We try to talk about Olivia daily. We look at... Continue Reading →

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 →

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