Infertility Gave Me You

Infertility Gave Me You

Our stories, they both started with brokenness. 

Mine looked like month after month, year after year of negative pregnancy tests. It's all I ever wanted to be, a mama. So when doctors and my flat belly told me it wouldn't happen, it was a deep pain, probably the deepest of my life. It wasn't suppose to be this way. My body is designed to conceive and carry babies. 

I don't like to think of your story as painful. It tears my heart in half to think of you being in pain. But the truth is, in a perfect world, before the fall, God intended mommies to carry their babies. Your birth mama, she loved you so deep, she knew she couldn't give you what you needed. So she made a brave choice, and chose life for you, a life she couldn't give.

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Rythyms of Rest

Rythyms of Rest

Since the calendar turned another page, there was a short season of time when our days slowed down. We created new rhythms again, as a family of four. We were settling into those cold, rainy days that winter blows in, and have been filled with so much excitement as we’ve watched the cold of winter be met with the warm, budding signs of spring.  

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A Hidden Yes

A Hidden Yes

We were made to be seen.

We long to be noticed.

Because if we are seen, then maybe we’ll be understood.

The loneliest times in my life have been filled with moments such as these.

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