Be Still

Tomorrow I have my 4D Anatomy scan and because I’m me, I’m nervous. When you’ve suffered three miscarriages, every appt, I’m fearing those dreadful words. “There’s no heartbeat.” I am 18 weeks and have had nothing but good reports thus far.  So I know the devil is trying to put fear in my mind to…

A Week at a Time

Yesterday, I hit the 9 week mark.  Each day, and especially week, that goes by I get more and more excited.  When you’ve had three miscarriages, each one tends to reply in your mind on a daily basis and it’s hard to stop and be joyful and excited about a pregnancy that may not last. …

How Did Mary Manage Without Ginger Ale????

As week 6 rolls around the nausea has definitely reared it’s ugly head.  As with every other pregnancy (4) of mine I knew it was coming with a vengeance.  I’m a full time working mother, who’s husband is gone most evenings working since he is in school during the day.  When dealing with patients all…

There is No Room for Your Past in Your Future

  If you’ve read my last blog post Trust then you know I am finally on a new journey of hope with this rainbow baby.  Of course I’m praying for a healthy baby but most of all I’m praying to get through these first 12 weeks.  My first miscarriage I made it to 8 weeks,  second…

Year of Freedom

Coming into 2018 I was pregnant with what was eventually my 3rd miscarriage.  What a way to start off the new year right?  But, I have to say that even though I began the year with another failed pregnancy, I was still hopeful. 2018 was my year for Freedom. Freedom from fears and anxieties that…

They see me Rollin….

For this post I wanted to share some of my favorite Oil Roller recipes that I keep with me in my purse. I prefer Young Living but any type of high quality oils would work. Just make sure you can roll them on your skin and they don’t say “Fragrance Only”. Fragrance only basically means…

Turn your “What if” to “Even if”

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorder in the United States. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), 40 million Americans over the age of 18 are affected by anxiety — roughly 18 percent of the nation’s population. Of those 40 million people, 15 million suffering from social anxiety disorder, 14.8…