I’m feeling led to channel my inner Shania Twain for this post. “Looks like we made it, look how far we’ve come, my baby.” When we found out we were having twins, we were pretty terrified … and now, here we are almost 17 months later: TOTALLY ROCKIN’ IT!!!!!! << Statement based on a very […]
“If God gives such attention to the wildflowers, most of them never even seen, don’t you think he’ll attend to you, take pride in you, do his best for you?“ (Luke 12:28, The Message Bible) Below are photos from an impromptu, super-sunny, let’s-go-get-a-snowcone-afterward photo session with Mama near home.
When I found out I was having twins, I thought breastfeeding was out the door. “Only super-crunchy supermamas can successfully breastfeed twins,” I thought. And now, here I am, more than 11 months in, breastfeeding my twin boys with frozen milk to spare. Let me be clear: I’m not a supermom. I’m not oily. I […]
My three children are very needy. The focus of this post is not to complain about them (they are a joy), but instead, to confess something about myself: Between working a full-time job from home, breastfeeding, changing poopy diapers/sheets/clothes, getting everyone dressed (except myself), making pb&js, doing laundry, giving baths (occasionally), making dinner, and picking […]
I sent the following message to Jake and Luke’s genetic parents this morning on a whim as the Spirit moved in my heart, and I thought it was worth sharing with everyone, not because I think it was great writing on my part (I’m sure I could have made it better had I taken more […]
I love how loved my babies are. Not only are we crazy about them, but their genetic family seems to be pretty keen on them too. Here are some pics from this past Saturday, when over hot dogs, hamburgers, and homemade ice cream we shared our precious boys with the man and woman who literally […]
A sincere plea to the creators of “embryo ash” jewelry from a mommy who adopted her twin babies as embryos