Saturday, May 15, 2010


So, I know that I have a few faithful blog followers. Those of you who comment on almost every post, and those of you that lurk and just read. Both are great followers to have.

I have however heard through the grapevine that I have one extremely devoted and almost stalkerish follower and I just wanted to say Hi!

So, a big shout out to my Grandma Scrappy! I just found out that you read here frequently. I have even been told that your reading is obsessive by an unknown source coughsarahcough! You just keep reading away Grandma! I'm glad that you follow our lives here! :o) Love you!

And to the rest of you! Thank you as well for following our story and loving and praying for us. If you want, feel free to leave a comment below by clicking on the number of comments. You don't have to have a blogger account, just type in your first and last name (or just your first name, or just your last name...or whatever you want!!!) and let me know who you are! Come out of lurkdom my friends! Just this one time! :o)


Anonymous said...

I'm here

Anonymous said...

i stumbled accross this blog when i was googling everything and anything i could find about subchorionic hematomas. i have one. or shall i say, had one, but it seems God has "poofed" it away and i am everyday thankful. i am due with twin boys in september. i just want to say that your blog inspires me to want to be a better christian. i have shed many tears as i have read your entries and i am in awe of your amazing outlook and strength. i know God has you and your unborn in His hands as he does mine, and that with HIM all things are possible. blessings, amber :)

Anonymous said...

I read that you have tons of questions for the doctors and rightly so. A good heart friend of mine suggested that we get a mini recorder for our conversations with the doctors because sometimes information can be overwhelming and 2 people can hear/remember very different things. It will also be helpful for after the baby is born since I know from personal experience that your husband will not always be able to be with you and the doctors will pop in and try to discuss with you important info/decisions and you need to be able to relay that stuff to hubs. You will be recovering from giving birth, pumping and trying to feather two nests. You will be exhausted to say the least emotionally and physically. I think we got ours from Radio Shack.
I'm glad you're on the ball about disability. Your son will qualify based on his condition. Our daughter does. Social Security is a pain in the butt but every little bit helps. Are you on WIC? I don't know if this is a regional thing about our WIC but when your son is born WIC will provide you with a Medela hospital grade pump to use. Our WIC delivered it to my hospital room. Well I guess that's enough advise for prayers are with you. Blessings, Crystal in IL

Ninnah said...

Psalms 46:10...Be still and know that I am God.
Keep praying...keep believing...fight with faith above all.

Am always praying for you and your family, and mostly that this experience will be a redemption of the immense love that God has for you.


Molly Alisa Photography said...

::wave:: :)

Anonymous said...

I have been called out. I am a stalker. I read your blog religiously and am praying non-stop. You are amazing. I have never met anyone with your strength. God can only bless a person like that. Good luck and I will continue to stalk and enjoy your blog.
- Mary Beth

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