There is a saying at the end of the movie, Hope Floats that has always resonated me to my very core: “Childhood is what you spend the rest of your life trying to overcome.” As the mother of 5, this is something I don’t really want for my children. I … Read more
Last week as we were driving home from somewhere, Princess (our 7 year old) began asking questions about Reagan, the baby we lost to miscarriage at 14 weeks. She does this occasionally. We tell her that her middle name is “Random” because she totally is… just like my dad. It makes … Read more
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by me on behalf of Lifescript.com. Did you know that women experience depression about twice as often as men? And that depression can be a disorder at any age? It knows no age barriers. Dealing with Depression in a Child My husband and I discovered … Read more
I have been sitting here for the past hour think of how to write this post. Today marks the 5 years of when we found out Reagan was no longer with us and, it has been 5 years of wondering and remembering. Hard to Start You see, I am a … Read more
Today… and everyday… we will always remember our baby Reagan.