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I'll check it out...have a good one!
Ill check it out....But when I read your title, I lit up because I thought you were going to say what I am about to post about. Blog hopping.... but I mean it in terms that I am going to take the time and blog hop and go visit and meet a lot of my readers. LOLIll go check it out now.
Okay bring tears to my why don't you. Okay another funny story...I read just the other day after your mothers day post about your twins. I had to go look up the fancy twin title that you mentioned to see what it meant, but forgot to. So today your post answered that question. LOLWhat an awesome story. 10 weeks is a long time..... its like you were just getting adjusted to YOUR new normal to then have to go back to the REALY normal life you had at home missing you all that time.10 weeks is along time for kids.
Off to find you.
So glad I found you via Little Bites of Heaven. I just read your story about your pregnancy. We share a lot of pregnancy similarities. I did not find out until I was 17 weeks pregnant that I was pregnant with twins. My girls were holding hand on the 1st ultrasound too! Again, it is so nice to meet another MoMo Mom!
of course we miss you! hopping over.
It's nice to meet you. Thanks for stopping over at Little Bites of Heaven!
Okie dokie! Here I come to see you!
Angie,that was a very beautiful post.
Angie, my very first little bundle was sick and I was so sad we didn't come for home for almost 2 weeks. Today.. I am counting my blessings - thanks to you. What a beautiful spirit.
Great guest posting. I enjoyed hearing about your experiences and can only imagine what it must have been like. It had to have been nice to have someone so strong by your side.
Your post at Little Bites of Heaven is great...very sweet & touching!!
Hey Angie, I know your experience well, and it still moves me to tears each time.Thank you for the reminder to look at what I have, and have to offer and not what I don't have or can't do. I needed that boost to look at the bright side of things and be grateful!
It took me 15 minutes just to stop the tears from falling before I could post this. It is not that I hadn't read your story or even written a similar story about my own experience, but I think the fact that I hadn't thought about the homecoming part of the journey in a long time. It truely was bittersweet. As much as I wanted to go home going home without my babies was the hardest part of that journey. Your words were so perfect.
That was a moving heartfelt post! What a scary thing for you to have to go through and its good to hear that your twins are healthy.
Love Rachael! Fun!!Going to check it out!
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