I found a sweatshirt at a gift shop up the North Shore of Lake Superior and smiled. We were on our first real family trip with Nora to Cove Point.
This beautiful print, "Wind Wishers" by Sister Mary Charles, is in a main hallway at the hospital where I delivered the babies. I walk by it every time we go to grief group and I look at it intentionally every time. I love to think of them this way. I'd love to get a print … Continue reading We Remember You : Wind Wishers
Every painful minute of rehab after bed rest had this motivation.
Nora loves maps. Look what we found!
Three of the sweetest ornaments from Nana.
Nora loves playing with the little lambs. On this day they had their own little bunk bed. It made me smile.
For the past two years I've tried to capture moments that make me think of my triplets. I finally took the time to put them together and I plan to share them here as a reminder to look back on in future years. These three little birds were sitting on a wire in my back … Continue reading We Remember You : Birds on a Wire
I dreaded their first birthday. I got through the holidays with family and plans and the general business of the season. I spent a lot of time trying to remember. What did we do last Christmas? Wait. I was pregnant. What did we do? It bothered me that I couldn't put even simple memories together. … Continue reading First Birthday in Heaven – Ice Lanterns
It's been nearly a year since I've written. Well, truly written. I've shared about the work I've done in their name but not truly much about them – or me. As their second birthday nears – only a week away – I realize I've still never written about their first birthday. I have folders neatly … Continue reading First Birthday in Heaven – Thankfulness
It's been a long time since I've written. I have a lot to write and a lot to catch up on but I needed to take some time off. I enjoyed some time for me and our family. I guess it's been since their birthday. Wow. That's been a long time now. Hard to believe. … Continue reading It’s been a while