Today is World Prematurity Day. According to bliss.org, the theme for this year is #PrematurityIs. Our youngest son, Easton, was born at 33 weeks and 5 days.
Author Archive | Sarah
I am by no means a loss or a grief expert. I’m just a mom that lost her son and learned so many things along the way. I was so blessed to have moms that had experienced similar losses come up around me and offer their wise counsel.
I had always been so naive. I had heard that stat that one in four women will experience miscarriage or infant loss, but it wasn’t going to happen to me.
Friday, September 29th is National Coffee Day and if you ask me, no beverage deserves more praise! I even wrote a haiku in honor of my favorite drink:
I want my child’s teacher to know that I admire what you do. I know that I couldn’t do it. It takes a special kind of person to dedicate their life to teaching young people.
Remember me? The one with the bucket list of summer activities for my kiddos and me to make this the best summer yet? What’s that old phrase? The best laid plans of men and mice often go awry? That basically sums up how the last few weeks have gone. My kids have spent more time […]
Last summer was a pretty hectic one for our family! I spent the first few weeks on bedrest at home and then a week on hospital bedrest and then that was followed by Easton being in the NICU for over three weeks Once we got home, we had to adjust to life with a newborn. […]
Omaha I grew up in South Omaha and have lived in the Omaha area for my entire life (except for when I was in school at UNL). I have so many great childhood memories that have Omaha written all over them. Everything from visiting the Joslyn Art Museum, trips to the zoo, and taking in […]