When I first heard that our daughter might have Cystic Fibrosis, I was crushed. I knew in my heart that she did have CF before the amniocentesis confirmed it. I did not know how to feel. I never imagined I would have a child with any chronic health condition. I figured I would have at … Continue reading It is Okay to Grieve
I had my son a little more than a year after we got married. Having a baby changed our lives in a lot of ways. We learned how to care for that sweet little boy, and he quickly had our hearts. When we found out we were expecting our second, I assumed pregnancy and birth … Continue reading We Got Surprising News at Our 20-week Ultrasound
I come from a religious culture where marriage and family are very important. Most of my friends were married before they finished college. I, on the other hand, finished school and served a full-time mission for my church before getting married. My husband (N) and I have talked about how we had both almost given … Continue reading First Comes Love. . .