Monthly Archives: May 2014

Today, I’m clearly bitter about pregnant people

I have a lot less tolerance for people who complain about months 7-9 of their pregnancies. “Wanna trade?” I want to ask them. But that’s both bitter and morbid. But man, I want to smack them sometimes. Don’t they realize … Continue reading

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A blessing in honor of International Bereaved Mother’s Day

When near the end of the day, life has drained Out of light, and it’s too soon For the mind of night to have darkened things, No place looks like itself, loss of outline Makes everything look in-between, Unsure if … Continue reading

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Tales of another micropreemie…

It’s hard for me to read stories of babies who were born “just like mine” who survived. But this one (link at bottom), in its similarity to my story, really touched me, especially when the author says: “I decided that we … Continue reading

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