Miracle

RAISING A MIRACLE

RAISING A MIRACLE

I know its been a minute since I've check in here. Things have been ok...since I last posted we went to the OB (in April) for my sonogram to check for fibroids. My appointment was scheduled for the day after our Anniversary and the original day that we would've heard the baby's heartbeat. So many emotions, but we got through it! After a lengthy and not so comfy appointment, my Doctor did let me know that I do have fibroids, but they are not causing any issues or concerns. She encouraged us to wait to try again in 3 months- in her opinion, waiting this length of time would allow my body time to heal and regulate. No problem, we aren't in a rush! I know that God has a plan and He will open my womb to receive the blessing of a baby when its time. Soooo stay tuned, I believe that whatever God has next for is will be amazing!

In other news, Jaxson recently had a developmental evaluation: Battlle Developmental Inventory 2nd Edition.

100% MIRACLE

100% MIRACLE

I come in contact with people from all around the world and what I've come to realize is that people are in need of hope. The facts of life can sometimes cause us to doubt and feel defeated. I know first hand what its like to have "the hard facts" thrown at you like a rushing wave and leave you grasping for air. Sometimes those hard facts are given by Doctors, or people close to you. I believe that facts don't always align with the truth. You see, when I went into pre-term with my son, he was given a 20% chance of survival. No one could tell us for certain what his outcome would be if we proceeded with medical intervention. That statistic was given based on the fact that he was 22 weeks gestation and not many babies are born that early AND survive. So facts vs. truth were at odds.

MOM GUILT

MOM GUILT

Today we had Jaxson's 18 month well baby check up. He is thriving in growth and is doing well overall. We couldn't be more grateful for his good health. He is in the 25th percentile for growth (for his uncorrected age) and in the 75th percentile for his actual age! At 18 months old (actual) and 14 months (adjusted) he weighs, 22lb 4oz and is 31 1/2 inches long!!! That's amazing being that he was born weighing tiny 1ln 2.9oz 11 inches long. I would like to think that he is thriving due to the fact that God's hand is on his life and because his health has been put first as a priority for our family.  We also believe that by me staying home with over the last 14 months has truly been beneficial for his growth and development.