Showing posts from July, 2015

Getting Better

It's been an extremely emotional month for a few reasons, but, for today, I will just focus on one of them. I had my follow-up appointment with Dr. Moxley in OKC on Monday, and she said all looks great. I'm healed from the surgery, and they'll continue to monitor my hCG levels for at least the next six months. 

The weeks just after my surgery were hard. All I had wanted was to get back to normal life, but normal life felt so empty to me all of the sudden. My first days back in the office drug on as I struggled to focus on anything without getting distracted by the events of the past week. On Thursday, I decided to post about what we were going through, and I am so glad I did. The outpouring of support we have gotten from all of you has been truly incredible. SO MANY PEOPLE have been through something similar, and it has been good to see how they've all moved on to have happy, joyful lives. I know the same will be true for us. It just takes time.

One of my friends tol…

Learning peace and patience

Well I never thought I would be writing this post. In fact, I have been planning a much different post in my head for several weeks now. When I started this blog, my goal was to document our life together. That's really easy to do with memories that you want to cherish and never forget. But when it gets the memories that you'd rather leave in the rear view, those aren't nearly as fun to share. However, they are still a part of our life, and I think God speaks more loudly when we need Him most, so I'll let you in on the struggle Kyle and I have been facing this last week.

In the beginning of June, Kyle and I stared down at a pregnancy test that read positive. We had finally decided we were ready to be parents, but for it to actually be happening was totally shocking to us. We were excited and at the same time a little freaked out about the big changes that were coming our way. I think that's pretty normal.

Nevertheless, we were eager to share the news with our fami…