Grief Through The Eyes Of My Child

When I found out I was pregnant with twins I spent hours daydreaming about the life they would share together. I imagined a special bond filled with a secret language, lots of giggles, and endless hours of play. I saw visions of my sweet twins being close even in adulthood as they shared a lifetime... Continue Reading →

To My Broken Hearted Boy

I write often about the struggles that come with being a grieving mother. The loss of my daughter can be all consuming. Especially this time of year as we rapidly approach the anniversary of Olivia's death. But what I don't talk about very often is the incredible toll the loss of Olivia has taken on... Continue Reading →

He Saved Me

People ask me all the time how I've been able to survive the loss of my only daughter. While my faith in God is a huge part of my survival and peace, I am also certain that the biggest reason I am still standing is that God had also given me Olivia's twin brother, Wyatt.... Continue Reading →

Kindergarten

Just a few minutes ago I finished registering my oldest son, Wyatt, for Kindergarten. My biggest little boy will turn 5 next month and then start Kindergarten in the fall. Where in the world has the time gone? Words can't even express how proud I am of this young man. He is so tender-hearted and... Continue Reading →

Sleepless Nights and A Sad Heart

Ever since Olivia passed away 5 months ago, her twin brother Wyatt, has been waking up in the middle of the night screaming in sheer terror. He will wake from a sound sleep and begin screaming as though someone is hurting him and he will yell for mommy. When his Dad and I walk into... 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 →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑