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This blog is a series of anecdotes from our life after losing our first child, a stillborn daughter, then going on to birth the two other lights of our lives!

Bear is 6: serious, organized, my cruise director and my time keeper.

The Comedian is 4: She is pure comedy always doing something unintentionaly funny that I attempt to put into words.

Enjoy our stories, conversations, and delights as we embrace the lives of our second and third daughters without ever negating our first.

Children's Widsom - Quote of the week...

Children's Widsom - Quote of the week...
"I Wish Emma Was Alive Because I Would Tell Her Where The Bathroom Is"

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Today's The Day!

She jumps every time I say stiches.

They are coming out today - at 2:45. Think good, non-anxiety thoughts for both of us!

The Comedian is coming this time - Ha! That should make for an amusing re-telling!!

Oh- and be sure to check out the Children's Wisdom Quote for this week above this post. It is a doosy!


nh said...

That photo just reaches out. And I love your Children's Wisdom Quote!


Barbara said...


Thinking brave bear thoughts.


Dora said...

Thinking calm thought for your brave girl. Mommy better get her a treat for being so brave!

Martha said...

Sending my best, poor Little Bear.

michelle said...

I love the quote...so funny...

I hope everything went okay with you and your brave girl...

thanks for visiting my blog...we do have so many thoughts that are the same!

m :)

Kristin said...

Good luck with the stitch removal.

And, ROFL at the quote. I guess that means we aren't romantic around here.

WiseGuy said...

I hope that she did not have much pain when they took out the stitches.

And quite a wisdome byte there!

Beautiful Mess said...

Aww poor little thing! I hope her appointment went well. Hugs to you. You did a GREAT job comforting her. It's almost like an out of body experience when they get hurt. You're there, but you have to keep everything in check so as not to scare them. HUGS!