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Few days of the year are as important to us as a friend or loved one’s birthday. Whether we want to admit it or not, we expect a certain level of special treatment on our birthday and we also expect happy birthday wishes from those who are important in our lives. When your friends, family, spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend or other important people in your life have a birthday, we usually send them a birthday message greeting them and wishing them well. However, we often don’t give the birthday wishes careful thought. And on a day that is so important and personal to so many people, why not take the time to craft a clever, heartfelt, romantic or funny birthday wish that can help make their special day a bit more special? #blog#blogger#birth#birthday #
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Just like the butterfly 🦋
I too will awaken in my own time ⏲
Today is #nationalrainbowbabyday ! A rainbow baby is a baby born after a child lost to miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant death. While we never forget the babies in heaven, we celebrate the miracles that come afterwards. ❤️🌈
Is human life inherently valuable? My answer is no. Here’s why.
NOTE: I was not able to actually deal with a lot of the idiosyncrasies of such an in-depth question that doesn’t really have a context. But that’s the point of this, it’s to create discourse around it.
3 babies grew in this body
It’s given life and nourishment to my sweet little angels
Marks, scars and stretched out skin remains
My body isn’t the same as it used to be and nor should it be
Because neither am I
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It's International Rainbow Baby Day! 🌈
If you haven't picked up on the pattern, I call my kids the Tiny Humans. Not terribly original but they are Tiny One, Tiny Two, and Tiny Four.
No, I didn't skip Three. Don't worry I do in fact know how to count.
Tiny Three is the baby we lost just this past year. Not a day goes by that I don't think about her.
My soul still aches for that little being. But, our family grew yet again this year.
Tiny Four is our rainbow baby.
He is not a replacement. He is not a bandaid for our pain. He is not a grasp at the past.
He is his own little Tiny Four self.
On this day we get to remember babies that were lost and the sould that came after them.
The rainbow is a sign of strength and endurance for there is no storm like losing a child but the smile beaming back at me tonight reminds me of the beauty in this world as well.
I would love to hear your story. If you don't want to share below you can always send me a DM. I would love to celebrate you and your babies--the ones who died and the rainbows in your arms (or the ones baking away) tonight.
30 weeks today! 🥳I still am trying to wrap my head around the fact that I am growing a tiny human 🤯 I have accomplished many things in my life, but this process has been by far the most shocking... like HOW is this even possible!?🤔
Thank you to my husband @carmelo_cruz_v2.0 who has been such an incredible helper and supporter this entire pregnancy. 🥰You have literally blown me away with your love for us 💕 Melania loves you so much already. •
So I have 10 weeks to go! Nursery is almost complete, now all we have left to do is wait 🙂
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National Rainbow Baby Day in the U.S. 🌈 A day I’m proud to celebrate, not because I experienced a miscarriage but because I overcame an unbearable heart shattering pain from loss. Celebrating because I’m blessed with a life, Lylah June, that gave me life, a baby that gave me a new sense of joy and hope, a little girl I might have never had the opportunity to carry and watch grow into the beautiful 7yr old she is today. ••••• “- was painful, emotionally. A reminder every time I went to the restroom. No one understood. I just cried. I hated every pregnant woman, cried when I saw a baby, and felt numb when someone would say they were sorry. That was the hardest part, telling everyone and facing it. I wanted to talk about it but there was only so much to talk about with others without being redundant. I didn’t share my feelings and I felt it all alone.
I got pregnant 2 months later with my Rainbow Baby, Lylah. She was the gift I didn’t know I needed to fill the hole in my heart. That wound was healed but I still think about it and it hurts, just not as bad now.” ☁️🌈☁️🌈☁️🌈 “A Rainbow Baby is a child born after a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death or infant loss. The term has encouraged parents to share their stories of loss – and the babies that followed.”
Bittersweet moment for me when I had took this picture, crazy to think we are a family of four ❤️
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2 weeks and 4 days post partum, our bodies are miraculous! I’ve lost a whole lot of muscle. But thankfully there’s such a thing as muscle memory and I should have it all back in no time 💪🏼❤️ for now I focus on bulking my lil babe #postpartumbody
You can't be pregnant and wear last year's pants! 😂Can I get an amen?!? I'm here to tell you, friends, that fat, swollen, uncomfortable position is the only position that will deliver your dreams. You won't get there trying to stay put together and pretty.
Are you willing to get fat for Jesus? 🙋I can assure you, IT'S WORTH IT! Mention a friend who wants their dreams to come true!
Letter to my Fierce Daughter,
You came out roaring,
Hard to settle, particular, certain and stubborn.
You grew my patience and tolerance.
Taught me to breathe and flow.
But somewhere inside you, I came to recognize a fire.
A longing in my own self to be that sure of what I needed.
Within your unapologetic holler,
I grew a deep appreciation for your will, strong and vastly independent of my own.
And I promised one long night to never break you.
Never to shush you.
Always to hear you.
Because one day Daughter, you will stand on your own.
and still so very Fierce.
The birth of our son was the most amazing experience. I delivered unmedicated and Taylor was such an incredible support to me throughout the entire process. For the last half of my pregnancy we had a routine every night to help me relax and prepare for the natural labor that I wanted. Emmett’s birth was the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it was so special and I wouldn’t change a thing! Taylor was by my side every second, applying counter pressure to relieve my pain, guiding my breathing through the contractions and encouraging me. In the third photo I was SO tired and he literally held me up. I’ve never been more grateful for our love and the man that he is.❤️ @jtaycook
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When I look at this photo I clearly remember the overwhelming feelings of excitement & gratitude I felt. I also remember being very relieved & thankful that everything went well with the delivery as well as being somewhat uncertain and perhaps even scared of the journey ahead. All of these emotions have remained my companions throughout this past year but I’ve also been able to add a sense of pride & some confidence 😊...Tomorrow it will be exactly one year since our little prince came into our lives. Since his arrival parenthood has become our greatest adventure and his presence in our lives a constant reminder of God’s grace. I don’t know how we did it @david_devilliers but we made it up to here and I am extremely proud of our role as parents and our beautiful, beloved Davey, who will celebrating his first birthday tomorrow🤗 Where has the time gone...🎈nb #thisisus#flashback#birth#birthday#babyboy#oneyear#family#husbandandwife#parenthood#momanddad#feelingnostalgic#thankful#bygodsgrace#newparents#timeflies